David Gwilt

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The mortality rate from myocardial infarction is disproportionately high in diabetic patients. One explanation for this may be that diabetic patients incur more extensive myocardial necrosis. This possibility was examined in a three part study. Firstly, peak serum aspartate aminotransferase concentrations of all diabetic and non-diabetic patients admitted(More)
A review of the records of 353 diabetic patients after a myocardial infarction confirmed the high mortality associated with the condition. The influence of improved diabetic control achieved by intravenous insulin was assessed in 64 patients and compared with earlier experience in a diabetic control group. The frequency of the major complications of(More)
The haemodynamic effects of intravenous isosorbide dinitrate (Cedocard) in patients with severe acute left ventricular failure have been assessed using incremental infusion rates from 50 to 800 micrograms min-1. For most patients most of the fall in pulmonary arterial diastolic pressure occurred by 200 micrograms min-1, with little further fall at higher(More)
Present methods of quantifying the performance of ATR algorithms involves the use of large video datasets that must be truthed by hand, frame-byframe, requiring vast amounts of time. To reduce this cost, we have developed an application that significantly reduces the cost by only requiring the operator to grade a relatively sparse number of data(More)
Congenital heart disease (CHD) affects approximately 250,000 adults in the UK. Most of these patients would benefit from specialized follow-up. However, there is at present a significant shortfall of specialized tertiary care expertise and facilities for this growing cardiovascular field in the UK and around the world. We aimed to report our experience with(More)