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Before operation, patients with daytime and nocturnal ischaemia tended to have more severe coronary artery disease, lower exercise tolerance, and more frequent ambulatory ST segment changes than ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A A Quyyumi, C A Wright, L J Mockus, M Yacoub, K M Fox

Date : 01/12/1985

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

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

There were eight patients with aortic valve disease and 16 with hypertension who had coronary angiography as part of an investigation into the risk factors of sudden cardiac death caused by ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, F U Huwez, S D Pringle, P W Macfarlane

Date : 01/04/1992

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

Coronary artery spasm of different degrees as cause of angina at rest with ST segment depression and elevation.

British Heart Journal, Research Article, S De Servi, G Specchia, L Angoli

Date : 01/07/1979

Three characteristic electrocardiographic patterns were observed: flat or inverted T waves in leads II, III, aVF, and V4 to 6 designated type 1; deep T inversion particularly evident in leads V2 to 5 ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P Taggart, M Carruthers, S Joseph, H B Kelly, J Marcomichelakis, D Noble, G O'Neill, W Somerville

Date : 01/02/1979

Importance of reciprocal ST segment depression in leads V5 and V6 as an indicator of disease of the left anterior descending coronary artery in acute inferior wall myocardial infarction. The purpose ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, B Strasberg, A Pinchas, G I Barbash, H Hod, S Rat, Y Har-Zahav, A Caspi, S Sclarovsky, J Agmon

Date : 01/06/1990

R wave amplitude changes during exercise have been ascribed to alteration in left ventricular volume and their measurement advocated for the improved diagnosis of coronary disease. The ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J E Deanfield, G Davies, F Mongiadi, C Savage, A P Selwyn, K M Fox

Date : 01/01/1983

Exercise electrocardiography in women with chest pain is associated with a high incidence of false positive ST segment depression. The results of 12 lead treadmill exercise and coronary angiography ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, C Ilsley, R Canepa-Anson, C Westgate, S Webb, A Rickards, P Poole-Wilson

Date : 01/08/1982