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Attributable causes of cancer in China.
Modifiable risk factors explain nearly 60% of cancer deaths in China, with a predominant role of chronic infection and tobacco smoking, and could provide a basis for cancer prevention and control programs aimed at reducing cancer risk in other developing countries.
[Community -based comprehensive prevention and control of hypertension in China (CCPACH Study)-prevalence and epidemiological characteristics in urban and rural area].
It was demonstrated that there is an urgent need to carry out comprehensive prevention and control for hypertension in urban and rural area.
A new fast-moving hemoglobin variant, Hb J-Tashikuergan alpha 19(AB1) Ala----Glu.
[Evaluation on the effects of community-based comprehensive prevention and control of hypertension in the rural areas in China].
The community-based comprehensive strategies and measures played an important and effective role in prevention and control of hypertension in rural areas.
[A five years surveillance on neural system birth defects in rural areas of China].
Results of unconditional logistic regression analysis demonstrated that risk factors were related to neural system defects as maternal education level, parity, delivery mode and lower birth weight.
[Evaluation on the effect of Benazepril for hypertension through postmarketing surveillance].
Benazepril had good efficacy and safety for the essential hypertension patients in a long-term observation, and cough was most commonly seen among side effects.
[Effect of vagi excitation on HRV and the exploration of its mechanism].
- L. Li, Y. Cao, P. Li
- Medicine, ChemistryZhongguo ying yong sheng li xue za zhi = Zhongguo…
- 1 August 1997
It is suggested that vagus activity is one of the major regulator of HRV and mediates VLF, and the HF is mediated only by vagi, while the LF is mediated by both vagi and sympathetic system.
Circadian and Dopamine Regulation of Red Cone Opsin mRNA Expression in Zebrafish
[Effects of oxygen free radicals and lipid peroxidation on the pathogenesis of ARDS].