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Thirty one per cent of patients with normal wall motion and 30% of those with hypokinesia had a resting left ventricular end diastolic pressure greater than 15 mm Hg. There were significantly more ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P M Schofield, N H Brooks, D H Bennett

Date : 01/10/1986
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Off pump coronary artery bypass surgery for significant left ventricular dysfunction: safety, feasibility, and trends in methodology over time—an early experience Dr Erez Sharoni Department of ...

Heart, Interventional cardiology and surgery, E Sharoni, H K Song, R J Peterson, R A Guyton, J D Puskas

Date : 01/04/2006
Ehjournal

Angina pectoris in patients with severe left ventricular dysfunction (LVD), with or without heart failure, is important clinically and socioeconomically. The β-blockers, by lowering heart rate, ...

European Heart Journal, Pouleur, H.

Date : 01/10/1993 Item size : 100738 bytes
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The presence of the following variables ST segment depression and elevation, an abnormal blood pressure response, limited exercise duration, angina pectoris, ventricular arrhythmias were predictive ...

European Heart Journal, HANDLER, C. E.

Date : 01/06/1985
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Group 1A patients were compared with a population of 27 patients with coronary artery disease and chronic sustained ventricular tachycardia not related to exercise (group 2). There were no ...

European Heart Journal, RODRIGUEZ, L. M., WALEFFE, A., BRUGADA, P., DEHARENG, A., LEZAUN, R., STERNICK, E. B., KULBERTUS, H. E.

Date : 01/03/1990
Ehjournal

Angina pectoris in patients with severe left ventricular dysfunction (LVD), with or without heart failure, is important clinically and socioeconomically. The β-blockers, by lowering heart rate, ...

European Heart Journal, Pouleur, H.

Date : 01/10/1993 Item size : 101038 bytes
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Group 1A patients were compared with a population of 27 patients with coronary artery disease and chronic sustained ventricular tachycardia not related to exercise (group 2). There were no ...

European Heart Journal, RODRIGUEZ, L. M., WALEFFE, A., BRUGADA, P., DEHARENG, A., LEZAUN, R., STERNICK, E. B., KULBERTUS, H. E.

Date : 01/03/1990
Ehjournal

The presence of the following variables ST segment depression and elevation, an abnormal blood pressure response, limited exercise duration, angina pectoris, ventricular arrhythmias were predictive ...

European Heart Journal, HANDLER, C. E.

Date : 01/06/1985 Item size : 103163 bytes
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Group 1A patients were compared with a population of 27 patients with coronary artery disease and chronic sustained ventricular tachycardia not related to exercise (group 2). There were no ...

European Heart Journal, RODRIGUEZ, L. M., WALEFFE, A., BRUGADA, P., DEHARENG, A., LEZAUN, R., STERNICK, E. B., KULBERTUS, H. E.

Date : 01/03/1990
Ehjournal

The potential of QRS wave amplitude changes compared to conventional ST segment changes, to detect coronary artery disease was examined in patients with no prior myocardial infarction, divided into ...

European Heart Journal, VAN, M. J. EENIGE, DE FEYTER, P. J., DE, J. P. JONG, ROOS, J. P.

Date : 01/02/1982 Item size : 99238 bytes