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Direct correlations between the traditional arrhythmia mechanisms, including abnormal excitability, conduction, or repolarization and underlying molecular or cellular biology are poorly defined, as ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, David J. Milan, Calum A. MacRae

Date : 15/08/2005 Item size : 524525 bytes

While familial forms had remained mostly unknown, in this last decade, the identification of genetic defects, which mainly affect ionic currents, has been the key in our understanding of the ...

Europace, Review, Oscar Campuzano, Ramon Brugada

Date : 01/10/2009 Item size : 256585 bytes

Assessment of regional timing of left ventricular systolic longitudinal movement by Doppler tissue synchronization imaging in structurally normal hearts Abstract Aims To study the feasibility of a ...

European Heart Journal - Cardiovascular Imaging, Clinical/Original Paper, Peter Schuster, Knut Matre, Svein Faerestrand

Date : 01/10/2005 Item size : 220463 bytes

In Case 2, the premature ventricular contractions could be induced by a sudden fall of heart rate, e.g. after a Valsalva manoeuvre, and could be suppressed by voluntary increase of heart rate by up ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, T G Pickering, N E Miller

Date : 01/02/1977

A screening examination including an electrocardiogram (limb leads only) coded by the Minnesota Code, using rigorous quality control was done on 18 403 male civil servants aged 40 to 64. The results ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, G Rose, P J Baxter, D D Reid, P McCartney

Date : 01/06/1978

Effect of parasympathetic impairment on the haemodynamic response to handgrip in Chagas's heart disease. Haemodynamic responses to sustained isometric exercise (handgrip at 30% of maximum voluntary ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J A Marin-Neto, B C Maciel, L Gallo Júnior, L F Junqueira Júnior, D S Amorim

Date : 01/02/1986

At the end of 3 minutes of Bruce Stage I exercise, group A patients had a heart rate less than 130/minute (95% confidence level), whereas group B patients had heart rates greater than ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, W Holden, J H McAnulty, S H Rahimtoola

Date : 01/08/1978

A 51-year-old woman with no history of heart disease presented to the emergency room complaining of chest pain of 48 h duration and sudden onset of severe dyspnoea.

Heart, Images in cardiology, Roland R Brandt, Albrecht Elsaesser, Christian W Hamm

Date : 01/05/2007

Significant valve disease, which can affect a single valve or several valves, increases the risk of pregnancy to the mother and foetus and requires a careful preconception risk assessment and, ...

European Heart Journal, Clinical update, Karen Sliwa, Mark R. Johnson, Peter Zilla, Jolien W. Roos-Hesselink

Date : 07/05/2015 Item size : 467813 bytes

Methods In a prospective two-part study, time-course of adaptation of ventricular repolarization after abrupt changes in heart rate was assessed during termination of Holter ECG-documented atrial ...

Europace, Regular Article, Andreas Grom, Thomas S. Faber, Michael Brunner, Christoph Bode, Manfred Zehender

Date : 01/01/2005 Item size : 205522 bytes