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Expansion of Transmural Myocardial Infarction A Pathophysiologic Factor in Cardiac Rupture
Expansion of acute myocardial infarction is a previously unappreciated variable that appears to be predictive of rupture, suggesting that regional dilatation and thinning of newly infarcted myocardium may be of pathogenetic importance in the development of rupture.
Early post-infarction angina. Ischemia at a distance and ischemia in the infarct zone.
Post-infarction angina identifies patients with high mortality; among such patients, ischemia at a distance may represent an especially high-risk subset of patients with large areas of viable but jeopardized myocardium who could benefit from aggressive intervention.
Ischemia at a Distance After Acute Myocardial Infarction: A Cause of Early Postinfarction Angina
The concept of ischemia at a distance not only extends the understanding of an ischemic border zone, but suggests a subset of early postinfarction patients who might be particularly suited for prompt cardiac catheterization with aggressive medical and surgical intervention.
A double perfusion‐pump
The original object in devising the pump here described was to produce an adjustable mechanism which could be used to replace the heart, and to carry on both major and minor circulations of the whole body, and the arrangement was accordingly devised which enabled the throw of either pump lever to be increased or decreased quickly and adjusted with delicacy.
A Fresh Look at Sentence Fragments
S entence fragments have long been a form that most teachers try to eradicate from student writing. However well intentioned this may be, does it help students become better writers of nonfiction?
National and State Writing Tests: The Writing Process Betrayed
S TATE academic standards broadly support the writing process, including the planning (prewriting), drafting, revising, editing, and publishing (sharing) stages. There is also widespread recognition