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The ventricular complex in left ventricular hypertrophy as obtained by unipolar precordial and limb leads.
The purpose of this paper is to describe the patterns seen in sixty cases of right ventricular hypertrophy and to differentiate normal rightaxis deviation (due to position of the heart) from abnormal right axis deviation ( due toright ventricularhypertrophy). Expand
The prognostic value of ambulatory blood pressures.
It is concluded that ABP was an important determinant of clinical outcome among patients with essential hypertension whose condition had been initially evaluated with both ambulatory BP (ABP) and office BP measurements. Expand
Relationship Between Level of Blood Pressure Measured Casually and by Portable Recorders and Severity of Complications in Essential Hypertension
The results of the study support the view that the severity of cardiovascular complications essential hypertension is mainly determined by the average level of the arterial blood pressure. Expand
Prognostic value of ambulatory blood pressure measurements: further analyses.
In both groups, with and without a prior cardiovascular event, women, younger patients and those with lower residual ambulatory systolic blood pressure tended to have longer periods of survival without new cardiovascular events. Expand
Experiences with the photofluorometric determination of quinidine in blood.
  • A. Edgar, M. Sokolow
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of laboratory and clinical medicine
  • 1 September 1950
American Heart Journal
HE electrocardiographic patterns of left ventricular hypertrophy or left T ventricular strain in standard limb lead records have received considerable attention from Less detailed attention has beenExpand
Arterial Blood Pressure Measurements with a Portable Recorder in Hypertensive Patients
Clinical investigators have measured the blood pressure under a variety of circumstances in the hope of acquiring more meaningful information about its range and variability. Expand
Heart disease in patients with thyroid dysfunction.
  • M. Sokolow
  • Medicine
  • California medicine
  • 1 October 1968
These discussions are selected from the weekly staff conferences in the Department of Medicine, University of California Medical Center, San Francisco. Taken from transcriptions, they are prepared byExpand