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OBJECTIVES This study was conducted to compare the influence of psychologic traits versus ischemia severity on the occurrence of angina during treadmill exercise. BACKGROUND Some studies suggest that angina is associated with certain psychologic traits, whereas others show an association with more severe ischemia. The relative influence of these two(More)
OBJECTIVES This study compared the effects of amlodipine, atenolol and their combination on ischemia during treadmill testing and 48-h ambulatory monitoring. BACKGROUND It is not known whether anti-ischemic drugs exert similar effects on ischemia during ambulatory monitoring and exercise treadmill testing. METHODS Patients with stable coronary artery(More)
Efficacy and toleration of piroxicam suppositories 20 mg, given once daily for 4 weeks were assessed in 96 patients suffering from degenerative joint disease and 20 patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. The mean scores of objective parameters measured (tenderness, swelling, limitation of movement) decreased significantly 2 and 4 weeks after(More)
The impact of treating hypertension on coronary artery disease has been less than anticipated from epidemiologic studies of cardiovascular risk factors. It has been suggested that adverse effects on lipids of traditional diuretic or beta-blocker regimens may diminish the potential benefits of antihypertensive therapy. Patients with mild to moderate systemic(More)
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