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Chronic Q fever.
- W. Turck, G. Howitt, +4 authors R. D. Das Gupta
- The Quarterly journal of medicine
- 1 April 1976
Sixteen cases of chronic Q fever are described. In eight there was a history of exposure to infection from farms or farm products. All had valvular heart disease, involving the mitral valve in nine… Expand
Propranolol as ocular hypotensive agent.
isalmost exclusively an alpha substance. Thelatter includes adrenergic effects ontheheart andrelaxation ofbronchial muscles-isoprenalin
Multicentre post-infarction trial of propranolol in 49 hospitals in the United Kingdom, Italy, and Yugoslavia.
A multicentre study of survivors of an anterior myocardial infarction is reported. The trial consisted of 720 patients and was a double-blind, placebo-controlled study with propranolol 40 mg three… Expand
Streptokinase in acute myocardial infarction: a controlled multicentre study in the United Kingdom.
In a multicentre trial of streptokinase in acute myocardial infarction 302 patients received an intravenous infusion of 2 500 000 IU of streptokinase over 24 hours, while 293 patients served as… Expand
LEFT ATRIAL ACTIVITY FOLLOWING CARDIOVERSION.
Neuromuscular and cardiovascular effects of atracurium in ponies anesthetized with halothane.
Atracurium besylate, a recently developed, intermediate-duration acting, neuromuscular-blocking agent, was given to 15 halothane-anesthetized ponies to produce surgical relaxation (95% to 99%… Expand
Propranolol (Inderal) in Disturbances of Cardiac Rhythm
Atrial septal defect in the middle-aged and elderly.
Atrial function after cardioversion.
Abstract The immediate hemodynamic changes occurring after D.C. cardioversion have been measured in 18 patients with rheumatic, ischemic, or thyrotoxic heart disease. Sinus rhythm was successfully… Expand