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Women who had never used oral contraceptives who were recruited to the Royal College of General Practitioners' oral contraception study (original cohort about 23000). Age, social class, and smoking ...

Heart, Research Article, P. Hannaford, S. Ferry, S. Hirsch

Date : 01/02/1997
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The effect of coronary artery bypass grafting on global left ventricular ejection fraction and regional contraction was studied in 56 consecutive patients with chronic stable angina pectoris by means ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, N C Taylor, R W Barber, P Crossland, T A English, E P Wraight, M C Petch

Date : 01/08/1983
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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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Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty via the femoral approach was attempted through internal mammary artery grafts in 11 patients who presented with distal anastomotic stenoses or distal native ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M R Bell, D R Holmes, R E Vlietstra, D R Bresnahan

Date : 01/05/1989
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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 anatomical reason for reoperation was failure of the bypass graft in 41 (77%) patients, which in 18 was accompanied by progression of disease. Late results in angina pectoris were less ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, K Laird-Meeter, M J van den Brand, P W Serruys, O C Penn, M M Haalebos, E Bos, P G Hugenholtz

Date : 01/08/1983
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The effects of a combined alpha and beta receptor antagonist, labetalol, were investigated in 10 patients with chronic stable angina pectoris. There was a dose related reduction in daytime and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A A Quyyumi, C Wright, L Mockus, M Shackell, G C Sutton, K M Fox

Date : 01/01/1985
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Nine (10%) patients had angiographic high risk coronary artery disease defined as three vessel disease, left main stenosis, or proximal stenosis of the left anterior descending artery. Eighteen ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, T W Veenbrink, T van der Werf, P W Westerhof, E O Robles de Medina, F L Meijler

Date : 01/01/1985
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The antianginal effects of diltiazem 180 mg/day and propranolol 240 mg/day, alone and in combination, were investigated in 15 patients with effort related angina in a double blind placebo controlled ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J Kenny, P Kiff, J Holmes, D E Jewitt

Date : 01/01/1985
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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