• Publications
  • Influence
BLOOD VISCOSITY IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS AND PATIENTS WITH CORONARY HEART DISEASE.
  • G. A. Mayer
  • Medicine
  • Canadian Medical Association journal
  • 31 October 1964
Viscosity of whole blood and plasma was measured in 258 apparently healthy subjects of both sexes from 5 to 60 years of age, and in 86 patients with unequivocal evidence of chronic coronary heartExpand
  • 54
  • 2
The response of man to dietary cholesterol.
  • 84
  • 1
Dietary factors affecting the level of plasma cholesterol in humans: the role of fat.
Three dietary experiments have been performed in which 36, 37, and 49 male medical students and staff members participated as experimental subjects. In each study, everyone consumed the sameExpand
  • 98
Plant sterols, degree of unsaturation, and hypocholesterolemic action of certain fats.
Dietary experiments in which food was supplied in the form of a homogeneous liquid formula ration of definitely known composition have been performed on 171 subjects (159 men and 12 women, universityExpand
  • 45
Dietary cholesterol and plasma cholesterol levels in man.
Sixty-three men and twenty women (university students) consumed a fat-free, homogeneous liquid formula ration for 8 days. Groups of 8 to 11 individuals were then transferred to diets in which 30% ofExpand
  • 74
The nature of the substances in dietary fat affecting the level of plasma cholesterol in humans.
Three dietary experiments have been performed in which 52, 48, and 38 male students and a few members of staff participated as experimental subjects. In the first experiment 52 subjects ingested forExpand
  • 45
Diet and plasma cholesterol levels.
  • 33
Hematocrit and coronary heart disease.
  • G. A. Mayer
  • Medicine
  • Canadian Medical Association journal
  • 27 November 1965
Hematocrit values of patients with acute myocardial infarction have been reported by some workers to be higher than those found in controls; this has been denied by others. In these reported studiesExpand
  • 18
Effect of bishydroxycoumarin (dicumarol) on clotting time of whole blood.
• Standardized clotting time (method developed by the authors) and prothrombin activity were measured in 40 patients who were receiving bishydroxycoumarin in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases.Expand
  • 12
...
1
2
3
4
...