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Race and Sex Differences in Cutaneous Pain Perception
Objective The purpose of this study was to determine race and sex differences in cutaneous pain perception. Methods Pain perception was measured using a suprathreshold evaluation of pain intensityExpand
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Enhancing recovery in coronary heart disease (ENRICHD): baseline characteristics.
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Comparison of perception of angina pectoris during exercise testing in African-Americans versus Caucasians.
In a sample of 142 patients with positive treadmill test results, we found that African-Americans reported anginal pain during exercise at nearly twice the rate of Caucasians, and had a significantlyExpand
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Increased heart rate response to laboratory-induced mental stress predicts frequency and duration of daily life ambulatory myocardial ischemia in patients with coronary artery disease.
This study assessed the relation between hemodynamic data during a standardized mental stressor and ambulatory ischemia to determine if laboratory-induced responses could predict the magnitude ofExpand
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Association between angina pectoris and ischemic indexes during exercise testing and ambulatory monitoring.
We examined the relation between anginal symptoms and ischemic indexes during ischemia on exercise testing and daily activities in 76 patients (59 men and 17 women, mean age 61.5 years) withExpand
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Increased Heart Rate Response to Laboratory-Induced Mental Stress Predicts Frequency and Duration of Daily life Ambulator Patients Wit Coronary Artery Disease 'I; Myocardial lschemla in
revious investigations have demonstrated that a sig- nificant number of patients with coronary artery dis- ease have ischemia during daily activities based on am- bulatory electrocardiographic (ECG)Expand