Fritz von Heymann

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Antihypertensive therapy with celiprolol lowers blood pressure by selectively blocking beta 1 adrenoceptors. It also exhibits vasodilatory and bronchosparing effects and is not cardiodepressive. Because many beta blockers are often suspected of adversely raising serum lipid levels, especially triglycerides, a special investigation of lipids in hypertensive(More)
Long-term treatment with celiprolol, a new cardioselective beta blocker, significantly reduced blood pressure in 14 patients with essential hypertension (World Health Organization stages I to II). Heart rates remained within the normal range throughout treatment and no significant side effects were observed. In 4 patients, end-systolic septum thickness was(More)
BACKGROUND The project "Quality Assurance in Ambulatory Psychotherapy in Bavaria" (QS-PSY-BAY) focuses on the quality assurance of outpatient psychotherapy (OPT) in Germany in terms of symptom reduction and cost reduction under naturalistic conditions. In this study, we examined the effectiveness of psychotherapy in terms of pre-post cost reduction. (More)
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