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Journal: Cardiology
Cardiology (1992) 81 (2-3): 81–84.
Published Online: 14 November 2008
...A. Gvozdjáková; J. Kucharská; J. Gvozdják The effect of prolonged (14 days) passive smoking on the respiration of isolated cardiomyocytes in rabbits using various substrates (pyruvate, glutamate, succinate) was studied. The endogenous respiration of cardiomyocytes was not affected whereas...
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Journal: Cardiology
Cardiology (1993) 82 (2-3): 181–190.
Published Online: 14 November 2008
...Juha Pekkanen; Markku Tervahauta; Aulikki Nissinen; Martti J. Karvonen The association of baseline serum total cholesterol, systolic blood pressure, smoking and body mass index with coronary heart disease (CHD) mortality was analyzed among 1,619 men aged 40-59 at baseline. Analyses were made...
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Journal: Cardiology
Cardiology (1988) 75 (3): 230–236.
Published Online: 11 November 2008
...), ability to stop smoking post AMI (p = 0.006), and a high exercise capacity on the exercise test (p = 0.016). It is concluded that the clinical history and an exercise test 3 months after AMI can identify patients who are more likely to resume work, and that post-AMI beta-blocker treatment with timolol...
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Journal: Cardiology
Cardiology (1981) 68 (Suppl. 2): 1–8.
Published Online: 07 November 2008
... characterized those who later suffered myocardial infarction (MI) or sudden coronary death (SD). In addition to high cholesterol, high blood pressure (BP), and smoking, low maximal performance, but not ST changes during exercise, increased the risk of MI + SD also in multivariate analysis. Pulse rate, systolic...
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Journal: Cardiology
Cardiology (1981) 68 (Suppl. 2): 186–189.
Published Online: 07 November 2008
...J. Deanfield; A. Jonathan; A. Selwyn; K.M. Fox The effects of smoking on the treatment of angina has been studied in 10 patients. Each patient underwent 4 randomized 1-week treatments consisting of on and off smoking, and on and off propranolol (360 mg/day). At the end of each treatment a maximal...
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Journal: Cardiology
Cardiology (1981) 68 (3): 180–187.
Published Online: 07 November 2008
... and nonsmokers. Factors which might have accounted for this trend were examined. Changing diagnosis, altered prevalence of other risk factors and social class changes in patient referral would not appear to have accounted for the observed smoking trends. It is suggested that the observed trends in cigarette...
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Journal: Cardiology
Cardiology (1998) 90 (3): 153–159.
Published Online: 15 October 2008
... of endothelial function in patients with cardiovascular risk factors (hypercholesterolemia, smoking, hypertension, diabetes and advanced age) or with several chronic cardiovascular disorders (coronary, peripheral and cerebral vascular disease, and mild-to-moderate heart failure). LA administration is likely...
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Journal: Cardiology
Cardiology (2001) 94 (2): 91–98.
Published Online: 12 January 2001
...Mette M. Madsen; Morten Bøttcher; Torsten Toftegaard Nielsen; Johannes Czernin Smoking is known to affect microcirculatory function in a middle-aged population. However, the effects of smoking on myocardial perfusion in young smokers have not been studied. Myocardial perfusion was measured in 15...