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Cardiovascular Effects of Treatment With the Ketone Body 3-Hydroxybutyrate in Chronic Heart Failure Patients
Background: Myocardial utilization of 3-hydroxybutyrate (3-OHB) is increased in patients with heart failure and reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF). However, the cardiovascular effects of increasedExpand
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Nobel Prize for Physical Therapy? Rise, Fall, and Revival of Medico-Mechanical Institutes
This historical vignette explores the considerations of the Nobel Prize Committee for Physiology or Medicine by vetting the Nobel Prize chances of Dr Gustaf Zander (1835–1920). His way to stardomExpand
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Evaluation of ECG-gated [11C]acetate PET for measuring left ventricular volumes, mass, and myocardial external efficiency
AbstractBackground Noninvasive estimation of myocardial external efficiency (MEE) requires measurements of left ventricular (LV) oxygen consumption with [11C]acetate PET in addition to LV strokeExpand
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Automatic calculation of myocardial external efficiency using a single 11C-acetate PET scan
BackgroundMyocardial external efficiency (MEE) is defined as the ratio of kinetic energy associated with cardiac work [forward cardiac output (FCO)*mean systemic pressure] and the chemical energyExpand
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Tracing Emil Kraepelin in the Nobel Prize archive
  • N. Hansson, H. Fangerau
  • Philosophy, Medicine
  • World psychiatry : official journal of the World…
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The medical historian E. Ackerknecht argued that the trends of 20th century medicine are illustrated by the names of those who received the Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine. If we follow thisExpand
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Nominee and nominator, but never Nobel Laureate: Vincenz Czerny and the Nobel Prize
PurposeThe Heidelberg surgeon Vincenz Czerny (1842–1916) is remembered as pioneer of innovative operations as well as entrepreneur of interdisciplinary cancer therapy. The purpose of this paper is toExpand
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„Wenn Sie alle vergessen sein werden, wird der Name Israel noch leuchten“
ZusammenfassungDer Berliner Operateur und Urologe James Israel wurde 1902 für den Nobelpreis für Physiologie oder Medizin nominiert. Der Beitrag untersucht die Voraussetzungen, unter denen der ausExpand
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Carl Posner (1854–1928)
ZusammenfassungIn diesem Beitrag beschreiben wir das Leben und Werk des Berliner Arztes Carl Posner (1854–1928). Wir stellen seine herausragende Rolle als Mitglied der Gründergeneration der Urologie,Expand
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["When all of you will be forgotten, the name Israel will still be shining" : James Israel (1848-1926): a career in the German Empire and his nomination for the Nobel Prize].
In 1902, the Berlin Jewish urologist James Israel was nominated for the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine. Taking scholar, social, and political aspects into consideration, this biographicalExpand
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[Medicine and literature: "Nobel Prize. No jokes please!" : Gottfried Benn and his nominations for the Nobel Prize in Literature].
In the early 1950s, the German poet and physician Gottfried Benn was repeatedly nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature. Drawing on sources from the archive of the Swedish Academy in Stockholm,Expand
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