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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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Myocardial substrate extraction, coronary sinus flow, left ventricular pressure, and cardiac output were measured in 11 patients with angina pectoris at three pacing rates before and after atenolol ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, D S Thompson, N Naqvi, S M Juul, D J Coltart, B S Jenkins, M M Webb-Peploe

Date : 01/06/1980
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The efficacy of labetalol, an alpha and beta receptor antagonist, was evaluated in 12 normotensive patients with stable angina pectoris in a single blind dose ranging study. Trough point exercise ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J W Upward, F Akhras, G Jackson

Date : 01/01/1985
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Control data from quantified dynamic exercise in the laboratory were used for comparison with the effects of normal daily activities outside the hospital and to test the hypothesis that "double ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A B Davies, V Bala Subramanian, P M Cashman, E B Raftery

Date : 01/07/1983
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Fifteen patients with chronic stable angina pectoris and a history of reduced exercise tolerance in cold weather (cold intolerance) underwent symptom limited treadmill exercise tests at 20 degrees C ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, I Peart, R E Bullock, C Albers, R J Hall

Date : 01/06/1989
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The action of nifedipine given first intravenously and then orally was studied in nine patients undergoing investigation for angina pectoris who were already receiving atenolol (100-200 mg/daily) and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, E Rowland, P Razis, D Sugrue, D M Krikler

Date : 01/10/1983
Heart

[...]with placebo, all active treatments significantly reduced anginal attacks, consumption of glyceryl trinitrate, resting and exercise heart rate, resting and exercise systolic blood pressure, and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, G Jackson, J D Harry, C Robinson, D Kitson, D E Jewitt

Date : 01/09/1978
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Celiprolol (400 mg) and atenolol (100 mg) were given once a day to 16 patients with stable angina pectoris in a double blind placebo controlled crossover study. Radionuclide ventriculography showed ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J M McLenachan, J T Wilson, H J Dargie

Date : 01/06/1988
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Compared with placebo, metroprolol caused a significant reduction of heart rate and systolic blood pressure during exercise, and consequently a reduction of the rate-pressure product. The reduction ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L G Ekelund, A G Olsson, L Orö, S Rössner

Date : 01/02/1976
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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