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Significant valve disease, which can affect a single valve or several valves, increases the risk of pregnancy to the mother and foetus and requires a careful preconception risk assessment and, ...

European Heart Journal, Clinical update, Karen Sliwa, Mark R. Johnson, Peter Zilla, Jolien W. Roos-Hesselink

Date : 07/05/2015 Item size : 467813 bytes

Blood pressure increases progressively from 15 mmHg (worms) to 170/70 mmHg (birds) according to the increase in metabolic rate. From the worms, through the arthropods, the mollusks, and the reptiles ...

European Heart Journal, SPECIAL ARTICLE, Dominique A. Bettex, René Prêtre, Pierre-Guy Chassot

Date : 07/09/2014 Item size : 279222 bytes

Dr Murray Esler discusses the role of the sympathetic innervation to the heart with relevance to Takotsubo cardiomyopathy The spinal cells of origin for the sympathetic nerves of the heart lie in the ...

European Heart Journal, CardioPulse, Murray Esler

Date : 01/10/2016 Item size : 125372 bytes

According to Igor Grossmann, Professor of Psychology at University of Waterloo, Ontario and colleagues, their study breaks new ground in wisdom research by identifying conditions under which ...

European Heart Journal, CardioPulse, Igor Grossmann

Date : 21/11/2016 Item size : 117957 bytes

Heart failureAsiaEpidemiologyRisk factorsEthnicityIntroduction Chronic heart failure (HF) is a global public health problem.1 Whereas prior multi-national HF surveys have provided important insights ...

European Heart Journal, Fasttrack Clinical, Carolyn S.P. Lam, Tiew-Hwa Katherine Teng, Wan Ting Tay, Inder Anand, Shu Zhang, Wataru Shimizu, Calambur Narasimhan, Sang Weon Park, Cheuk-Man Yu, ...

Date : 01/11/2016 Item size : 355491 bytes

What’s new in the European Society of Cardiology 2016 Guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic heart failure? The Task Force for the diagnosis and treatment of acute and ...

European Heart Journal, CardioPulse

Date : 01/11/2016 Item size : 123669 bytes

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

[...]ivabradine should lead to little or no improvement in outcomes in any other population defined by the presence of CAD but by the absence of LVSD (so as to allow dissection of any effect of ...

European Heart Journal, CURRENT OPINION, John J.V. McMurray

Date : 14/08/2015 Item size : 171170 bytes

Introduction The results of the SIGNIFY (study assessing the morbiditymortality benefits of the If inhibitor ivabradine in patients with coronary artery disease) trial, which were recently published ...

European Heart Journal, CURRENT OPINION, Roberto Ferrari, Kim M. Fox

Date : 14/08/2015 Item size : 272782 bytes

Furthermore, in stable coronary artery disease and ischaemic cardiomyopathy, heart rate is a well-established determinant of ischaemia, and its reduction is a recognized strategy for symptom relief ...

European Heart Journal, ISSUE @ A GLANCE, Thomas F. Lüscher

Date : 14/08/2015 Item size : 295103 bytes