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R. Rokseth1, L. Hatle Section of Cardiology, Medical Department, Central Hospital, Trondheim, Norway Abstract The results are given of a 4-year prospective study regarding the occurrence, clinical ...

British Heart Journal, Articles, R. Rokseth, L. Hatle

Date : 01/09/1971
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Can abnormalities of ventricular repolarisation identify insulin dependent diabetic patients at risk of sudden cardiac death? To study the possible association or QT dispersion and mean QTc ...

Heart, Research Article, P. J. Weston, J. M. Glancy, P. G. McNally, H. Thurston, D. P. de Bono

Date : 01/07/1997
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A 71 year old man with hypertensive heart disease and chronic renal failure was wearing a Holter monitor when he had a cardiac arrest. In the 15 minutes preceding the VF there was a sudden increase ...

Heart, Research Article, J. P. Singh, P. Sleight, A. Kardos, G. Hart

Date : 01/04/1997
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Effect of heart rate on QT interval in children and adolescents. To study the effect of sympathetic stimulation and increase in heart rate on the QT and QTc intervals. Eight patients aged 10-20 ...

Heart, Research Article, S. Balaji, Y. R. Lau, P. C. Gillette

Date : 01/02/1997
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The acute cardiac effects of ethanol (1 g/kg orally within 60 minutes) were examined in 22 healthy volunteers (11 men and 11 women) by M-mode echocardiography and systolic time intervals for three ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M Kupari

Date : 01/02/1983
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Exercise capacity after His bundle ablation and rate response ventricular pacing for drug refractory chronic atrial fibrillation. To evaluate exercise capacity of patients with chronic atrial ...

Heart, Research Article, E. M. Buys, N. M. van Hemel, J. C. Kelder, C. A. Ascoop, P. F. van Dessel, L. Bakema, J. H. Kingma

Date : 01/03/1997
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To ensure accuracy of haemodynamic and hormone data, the patients were studied under conditions of constant body posture, regulated dietary sodium and potassium intake, and unchanged diuretic ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, H Ikram, A H Maslowski, M G Nicholls, E A Espiner, F T Hull

Date : 01/12/1982
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The QT pacemaker patients did respond to mental stress but showed a paradoxical increase in rate during the recovery phases of burst exercise protocols such as staircase ascent/descent and walking ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A N Sulke, A Pipilis, R A Henderson, C A Bucknall, E Sowton

Date : 01/07/1990
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Twelve executives with typical angina pectoris, given a 12-minute quiz, designed to be psychologically stressful, responded with ST depressions of greater than or equal to 1.0 mm. Each of these ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, F Schiffer, L H Hartley, C L Schulman, W H Abelmann

Date : 01/07/1980
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Exercise tolerance testing was carried out off treatment and after beta blockade. beta Blockers were stopped and the patients were randomised to a control group and a study group of patients who ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, I C Todd, D Ballantyne

Date : 01/07/1990