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A comparison of methods of analysing exercise tests for diagnosis of coronary artery disease. The diagnostic accuracy of the following methods of analysing exercise tests were evaluated: (a) the ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J W Deckers, B J Rensing, J G Tijssen, R V Vinke, A J Azar, M L Simoons

Date : 01/12/1989
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The effects of treatment with felodipine as a single agent in coronary artery disease. In an earlier study one dose of the vasodilator felodipine improved haemodynamic function in patients with ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M J Metcalfe, N S Chan-Wah-Hak, K Jennings

Date : 01/03/1989
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Adaptation to exercise was investigated in 14 men aged 34-69 years (mean 51) with stable exertional angina caused by occlusive coronary artery disease. The heart rate and rate-pressure product were ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M Joy, A W Cairns, D Sprigings

Date : 01/08/1987
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Stepwise regression analysis of the small pressure difference between the two methods showed that it could not be explained by age, sex, stroke volume, differences in heart rate, ejection fraction, ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R Danielsen, J E Nordrehaug, L Stangeland, H Vik-Mo

Date : 01/05/1988
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Previous studies have suggested that the early post-infarction exercise test is useful in predicting the extent of coronary artery disease. Precordial mapping offered no advantages over the standard ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, I Peart, L Seth, C Albers, O Odemuyiwa, R J Hall

Date : 01/01/1986
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The frequency and magnitude of objectively determined myocardial ischaemia during normal daily activities of patients with varying severity of coronary artery disease are unknown. The frequency, ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A A Quyyumi, L Mockus, C Wright, K M Fox

Date : 01/02/1985
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On the basis of angiography, patients were placed in the following study groups: mild or absent coronary artery disease group -21 patients with less than 70 per cent occlusion of all coronary ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R Meng, P R Liebson, C Hollander, L C Teran, V Barresil

Date : 01/11/1976
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Forty two episodes of transient ST segment depression were recorded in the eight patients with coronary artery disease and 26 episodes of ST segment depression and elevation in the two patients with ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A A Quyyumi, J Efthimiou, A Quyyumi, L J Mockus, S G Spiro, K M Fox

Date : 01/10/1986
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In eleven patients with normal coronary arteriograms, negative exercise tests, and no ST segment depression on the electrocardiogram, an increase in the rate of atrial pacing transiently decreased ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, T Crake, R Canepa-Anson, L Shapiro, P A Poole-Wilson

Date : 01/01/1988
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Beneficial effects of diltiazem in coronary artery disease. The effects of the new calcium channel blocking agent diltiazem were evaluated in 11 patients with stable angina pectoris and confirmed ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J Kenny, K Daly, G Bergman, S Kerkez, D E Jewitt

Date : 01/07/1984