Henrik Eichstädt

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A group of 20 healthy volunteers [10 women, 10 men; median age 25 (20–33) years] were examined by means of pulsed wave Doppler echocardiography, blood sample analysis and psychological testing before and after listening to three different examples of music: a waltz by J. Strauss, a modern classic by H. W. Henze, and meditative music by R. Shankar. To assess(More)
Clinical data from 72 patients with infective endocarditis (41 with defined pathogen, 31 with no pathogen isolated) were analyzed with respect to the diagnostic relevance of immunologic parameters. In our patients from a rural area, no significant changes in the epidemiology and pathogenesis of infective endocarditis were observed. Antiendocardial and(More)
Conventional methods of treatment having failed in 17 children (aged 9/12 to 16 5/12 years) with incurable solid malignant tumours underwent whole-body hyperthermia (41.8-42.0 degrees C, for 2-3 h), hyperglycaemia (20-25 mmol/l) and polychemotherapy. Five children had neuroblastoma (stage 4), three Wilm's tumour (stage 4 or 5, unfavourable histology), five(More)
To determine the effect of aging on the diastolic function of the left ventricle (LV) echo examination was performed in 115 subjects (47 women, 68 men) without any evidence of organic heart disease (2D and Doppler echo; exercise electrocardiography) aged 21 to 72 (mean ± SD: 41 ± 14) years. Transmitral flow with the characteristic early and late diastolic(More)
This paper gives a security analysis of Microsoft's ASP.NET technology. The main part of the paper is a list of threats which is structured according to an architecture of Web services and attack points. We also give a reverse table of threats against security requirements as well as a summary of security guidelines for IT developers. This paper has been(More)
Rapid progress in the understanding and treatment of unstable angina and acute coronary syndrome are prompting occasional revisons to current treatment guidelines. The recommendations contained in this paper are based on the consensus reached during discussions at the ‘International Cardiology Forum’ in September 1998. Consensus was reached on significant(More)
A twenty-five years old man was found to have simultaneous total deficiency of thyroxine-binding globulin (“thyropexin”) and hereditary hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy (HOCM). The thyroxine-binding capacity (RT3U), thyroid hormone levels, PB127I, PB131I and TBG (RIA) in serum were very low and TBG cap was zero. Trapping of radioiodine in the thyroid(More)