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Adrenaline caused an increase in systolic blood pressure, a decrease in diastolic blood pressure, and an increase in heart rate. Hypokalaemia after myocardial infarction is associated with an ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A D Struthers, J L Reid, R Whitesmith, J C Rodger

Date : 01/01/1983

In a group of 22 treated patients matched with 22 control subjects for frequency of ventricular extrasystoles, acebutolol effected a prompt reduction in frequencies of ventricular extrasystoles and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, G G Ahumada, R P Karlsberg, A S Jaffe, H D Ambos, B E Sobel, R Roberts

Date : 01/06/1979

Long-term thyroxine treatment in doses that reduced serum thyrotrophin to below normal had no effect on blood pressure, heart rate, left ventricular systolic function or stroke volume index, but was ...

Heart, Research Article, G. W. Ching, J. A. Franklyn, T. J. Stallard, J. Daykin, M. C. Sheppard, M. D. Gammage

Date : 01/04/1996

In group B the heart rate was increased both at rest and during exercise and plasma noradrenaline concentrations were increased. The stroke volume index did not increase significantly during ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, H Kelbaek, B M Nielsen, J Eriksen, A Rabøl, N J Christensen, J O Lund, O Bonnevie, O Munck, J Godtfredsen

Date : 01/10/1987

Dihydralazine increased heart rate to an extent depending on dose, decreased diastolic blood pressure, end systolic diameter, and end systolic wall stress, and enhanced fractional shortening and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, H C Stern, J H Matthews, G G Belz

Date : 01/10/1984

OUTCOME MEASURES--Three days after stopping the 10 mg of bisoprolol or placebo, subjects underwent treadmill exercise (to measure cardiac beta 1 receptor responsiveness) and were given salbutamol ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J A Hall, A Ferro, J E Dickerson, M J Brown

Date : 01/04/1993

During exercise at a heart rate of 100 beats/min systolic blood pressure increased and heart rate variability decreased. During exercise at a heart rate of 150 beats/min systolic blood pressure and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, H W Breuer, A Skyschally, R Schulz, C Martin, M Wehr, G Heusch

Date : 01/08/1993

Abstract Objective To determine the effects of upright posture compared with supine position on the dominant atrial cycle length (DACL) in patients with chronic atrial fibrillation. No significant ...

Heart, Paper, M P Ingemansson, M Holm, S B Olsson

Date : 01/07/1998

DESIGN Retrospective analysis of tolerance to carvedilol in patients with chronic heart failure. Factors that indicated impaired tolerance by univariate analysis were increased age in years (hazard ...

Heart, Cardiovascular medicine, H Krum, D Ninio, P MacDonald

Date : 01/12/2000

A Zaidia, D Benitezb, P A Gaydeckib, A Vohrac, A P Fitzpatricka aManchester Heart Centre, The Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9WL, UK, bDepartment of Instrumentation and Analytical ...

Heart, Cardiovascular medicine, A Zaidi, D Benitez, P A Gaydecki, A Vohra, A P Fitzpatrick

Date : 01/02/2000