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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
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The acute haemodynamic effects of oral prenalterol were studied in 14 patients with severe heart failure (NYHA class III) due to ischaemic heart disease. There were no significant changes in heart ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M C Petch, C Wisbey, O Ormerod, C Scott, R M Goodfellow

Date : 01/07/1984
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With the patients in a state of rest the cardiac index and the stroke volume index were significantly higher in acute glomerulonephritis than normal, despite significantly raised right and left ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, K Binak, N Sirmaci, D Uçak, N Harmanci

Date : 01/08/1975
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In a study designed to investigate potential non-parenteral treatment for chronic heart failure, hydrallazine, 225 to 300 mg per day, was given orally to 9 patients. With the addition of 2 per cent ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J Mehta, C J Pepine, C R Conti

Date : 01/08/1978
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Effect of low dose beta blockers on atrial and ventricular (B type) natriuretic factor in heart failure: a double blind, randomised comparison of metoprolol and a third generation vasodilating beta ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J. E. Sanderson, W. W. Chan, Y. T. Hung, S. K. Chan, I. O. Shum, K. Raymond, K. S. Woo

Date : 01/11/1995
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Heart rate, central venous, pulmonary arterial, pulmonary wedge, and aortic pressures, aortic dp/dt, cardiac output, cardiac index, stroke volume, and pulmonary and systemic vascular resistances were ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J Beregovich, C Bianchi, R D'Angelo, R Diaz, S Rubler

Date : 01/06/1975
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Treatment with captopril has proved effective in some patients with resistant heart failure. Since cardiac output responses to captopril treatment are generally small, we infused the positive ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, H Ikram, A H Maslowski, M G Nicholls

Date : 01/11/1981
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Plasma free captopril concentrations during short and long term treatment with oral captopril for heart failure. Plasma free captopril concentrations and haemodynamic response to captopril were ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, T R Shaw, F M Duncan, B C Williams, E Crichton, S A Thomson, J R Davis, M Rademaker, C R Edwards

Date : 01/08/1985
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BACKGROUND--In patients with chronic heart failure there is no relation between cardiac output and symptom limited exercise tolerance measured on a bicycle or treadmill. METHODS--Cardiac output and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A F Muller, P Batin, S Evans, M Hawkins, A J Cowley

Date : 01/06/1992
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Randomised controlled clinical trials have demonstrated that CRT improves clinical symptoms and left ventricular (LV) function, and reduces morbidity and mortality in patients with moderate to severe ...

Heart, Editorial, Min Pu, William T Abraham

Date : 01/01/2008