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Blood boron levels in patients using buffered sodium peroxyborate monohydrate mouthwash three times daily for four weeks.
Adrenal carcinoma with intravenous extension into the tricuspid valvular plane in a patient with patent foramen ovale.
- M. Friedrich, H. Dill, M. Unverdorben, G. Engels, H. Scheele, K. Bachmann
- MedicineEuropean heart journal
- 1 May 1994
An adrenal carcinoma growing via the inferior vena cava into theright atrium and prolapsing into the right ventricle and the main features were paroxysmal dyspnoea and cyanosis.
Doppler Flow Velocity Measurements During Coronary Angioplasty
Prestenotic and poststenotic measurements of coronary artery flow velocity differed significantly before and after PTCA and offer the potential for estimating both the hemodynamic relevance of coronary arteries stenoses and success of P TCA.
Analgesy by Low Power Laser: A Controlled Double Blind Study in Ankylosing Spondarthritis
Biological effects of lasers with low energies are subject of controversal discussions. The widespread field of preliminary observations has to be proved by controlled studies and by more…
Prestenotic and Poststenotic Flow Measurement to Assess Severity of Coronary Artery Stenosis
In conclusion, intracoronary Doppler flow velocity measurements performed distal to coronary artery stenoses contribute to the evaluation of hemodynamic significances of particular coronary arteries stenoses.
Evaluation of Successful PTCA by Transstenotic Flow Velocity Ratios
Improvement of transstenotic Doppler flow velocity ratios following PTCA is determined and the possible impact on restenosis during follow-up control angiog raphy three months later is investigated.
Poststenotic coronary blood flow following percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty
- M. Regenfus, R. Altstidl, H. Lehmkuhl, H. Dill, K. Bachmann
- Medicine, BiologyPhysiological measurement
- 1 August 1998
In spite of a significant decrease in poststenotic coronary diameter, a highly significant increment ofPoststenotic flow due to PTCA can be demonstrated paralleling increment of poststenosis coronary Doppler-flow velocity.
Doppler flow velocity profile of poststenotic coronary blood flow under isosorbide dinitrate
- R. Altstidl, H. Dill, D. Regenfus, H. Lehmkuhl, K. Bachmann
- Medicine, EngineeringComputers in Cardiology
- 10 September 1995
The combined implementation of quantitative coronary arteriography and intracoronary Doppler flow velocity measurement offers the potential for the evaluation of poststenosis coronary artery blood flow, isosorbide dinitrate increased poststenotic coronary blood flow in most cases of coronary artery disease and parallels increment of coronary arteries diameter.