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The existing clinical dogma is that stress-induced myocardial ischaemia is important in the management of chronic coronary artery disease (CAD) because it can identify patients with a worse prognosis ...

European Heart Journal, CURRENT OPINION, Raymond J. Gibbons, Todd D. Miller

Date : 07/09/2015 Item size : 272189 bytes
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For more than three decades, heart muscle diseases have been classified into primary or idiopathic myocardial diseases (cardiomyopathies) and secondary disorders that have similar morphological ...

European Heart Journal, Elliott, Perry, Andersson, Bert, Arbustini, Eloisa, Bilinska, Zofia, Cecchi, Franco, Charron, Philippe, Dubourg, Olivier, Kühl, Uwe, Maisch, Bernhard, McKenna, William J., ...

Date : 01/01/2008 Item size : 214926 bytes
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Significant valvular heart disease is a common public health problem with an overall prevalence of 2.5% which increases to 13% of the population aged 75 years and older.1 It will become an ...

European Heart Journal, Law, Angeline, Chan, Kwan-Leung

Date : 01/06/2007 Item size : 123715 bytes
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Updated clinical practice guidelines on heart failure: an international alignment An important update from an European Society of Cardiology/American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association ...

European Heart Journal

Date : 14/07/2016 Item size : 119450 bytes
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The mechanisms responsible for the beneficial effects of ABs in patients with HFREF continue to evolve but include: an increase in antioxidant reserves and a decrease in oxygen free radical ...

European Heart Journal, Pitt, Bertram

Date : 01/02/2009 Item size : 126211 bytes
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[...]social factors such as the ageing of the population and the increase in longevity, both attributable to new treatments, will contribute to increase the burden of heart failure in future ...

European Heart Journal, Lopez-Sendon, Jose

Date : 21/08/2013
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The mechanisms responsible for the beneficial effects of ABs in patients with HFREF continue to evolve but include: an increase in antioxidant reserves and a decrease in oxygen free radical ...

European Heart Journal, Pitt, Bertram

Date : 01/02/2009 Item size : 148869 bytes
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Significant valvular heart disease is a common public health problem with an overall prevalence of 2.5% which increases to 13% of the population aged 75 years and older.1 It will become an ...

European Heart Journal, Law, Angeline, Chan, Kwan-Leung

Date : 01/06/2007
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For more than three decades, heart muscle diseases have been classified into primary or idiopathic myocardial diseases (cardiomyopathies) and secondary disorders that have similar morphological ...

European Heart Journal, Elliott, Perry, Andersson, Bert, Arbustini, Eloisa, Bilinska, Zofia, Cecchi, Franco, Charron, Philippe, Dubourg, Olivier, Kühl, Uwe, Maisch, Bernhard, McKenna, William J., ...

Date : 01/01/2008 Item size : 223771 bytes
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[...]social factors such as the ageing of the population and the increase in longevity, both attributable to new treatments, will contribute to increase the burden of heart failure in future ...

European Heart Journal, Lopez-Sendon, Jose

Date : 21/08/2013