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DECREASED PREMATURE VENTRICULAR CONTRACTIONS THROUGH USE OF THE RELAXATION RESPONSE IN PATIENTS WITH STABLE ISCHÆMIC HEART-DISEASE
The relaxation response is a simple, no cost, non-pharmacological mechanism without side-effects which seemed to decrease the frequency of P.V.C.C.'s in most patients with ischaemic heart-disease. Expand
Fatal ventricular fibrillation during carotid sinus stimulation.
It is suggested that caution be used in applying carotid sinus stimulation to the critically ill patient who has received even modest amounts of cardiac glycosides. Expand
Use of external electric countershock in the treatment of ventricular tachycardia.
ElectRIC countershock applied to the closed chest has been successfully used to terminate ventricular fibrillation and prefibrillatory ventricular tachycardia in the unconscious patient with Adams-Stokes disease. Expand
The liver in congestive heart failure.
Clinical Significance of Ventricular Premature Beats in an Outpatient Population
The mortality of all outpatients who had ventricular premature beats (VPB) during a routine electrocardiogram (ECG) taken at the Lahey Clinic in 1967 was compared to that of a carefully selected… Expand
Hyperventilation syndrome. A brief review.
The purpose of this brief review is to emphasize the clinical importance of this syndrome, its common clinical signs and symptoms, and its metabolic and physiologic consequences, and to define effective management. Expand
Clinical significance of ventricular premature beats in an outpatient population.
Surgical risk in the patient with arteriosclerotic heart disease.
- S. Alexander
- The Surgical clinics of North America
- 1 June 1968