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Association of depression with reduced heart rate variability in coronary artery disease.

@article{Carney1995AssociationOD,
  title={Association of depression with reduced heart rate variability in coronary artery disease.},
  author={Robert M. Carney and Roger D. Saunders and Kenneth E. Freedland and Phyllis K. Stein and Michael W. Rich and Allan S. Jaffe},
  journal={The American journal of cardiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={76 8},
  pages={
          562-4
        }
}
Decreased heart rate (HR) variability is an independent risk factor for mortality in cardiac populations. Clinical depression has also been associated with adverse outcomes in patients with coronary artery disease (CAD). This study tests the hypothesis that depressed patients with CAD have decreased HR variability compared with nondepressed CAD patients. Nineteen patients with angiographically documented CAD and either major or minor depression were compared with a sample of nondepressed CAD… 

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