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The primary prevention of myocardial infarction.
- H. Dewar
- Scandinavian journal of haematology. Supplementum
- 24 April 2009
Circumstances attending 100 sudden deaths from coronary artery disease with coroner's necropsies.
The deaths of 100 men due to coronary artery disease which occurred so suddenly and unexpectedly as to merit a coroner's necropsy have been studied, with special reference to the exact circumstances… Expand
Serum Glutamic Oxalacetic Transaminase in Acute Myocardial Infarction
undergoing collapse therapy. The records from the proposed patients were examined centrally and the cases classified into three main groups and seven subgroups and allocated at random to the two… Expand
HEART DAMAGE FOLLOWING ADDER BITE IN ENGLAND
The common adder (Vipera berus) is the only indigenous poisonous snake in Britain, its venom is of relatively low toxicity, and death due to adder bite is rare in adults (Manson-Bahr, 1957). We… Expand
Effect of strenuous and graded exercise on fibrinolytic activity.
Abstract Notably increased fibrinolytic activity after strenuous exercise has been observed in 58 trained athletes and to a lesser but still significant degree in 10 volunteers after moderate graded… Expand
Double-blind Trial of Propranolol (Inderal) in Angina of Effort
Blockade of adrenergic beta-receptors has a possible application in the management of angina of effort, presumably through reduction of exercise-induced tachycardia and thereby of total cardiac work.… Expand
THE EFFECT OF ATROMID ON FIBRINOLYTIC ACTIVITY OF PATIENTS WITH ISCHAEMIC HEART DISEASE AND HYPERCHOLESTEROLAEMIA.
Summary (1) Eighteen patients suffering from ischaemic heart disease and whose fasting serum cholesterol was at or above 300 mg/100 ml have been treated with Atromid and their serum cholesterol and… Expand
Fibrinolytic Therapy of Coronary Thrombosis
- H. Dewar, P. Stephenson, A. R. Horler, A. Cassells-Smith, P. A. Ellis
- Journal of clinical pathology
- 6 April 1963
not therefore surprising that in the present study only slight or moderate fibrinolytic activity, less than one-third of that induced in healthy subjects by strenuous exercise, was seen after… Expand
Role of the kidney in fibrinolytic activity of blood.
Abstract A considerable increase of fibrinolytic activity in renal-vein blood, as compared with arterial blood, was found in 31 patients with rheumatic valvular heart-disease or congenital… Expand