Dietary intake, plasma levels of antioxidant vitamins, and oxidative stress in relation to coronary artery disease in elderly subjects.

@article{Singh1995DietaryIP,
  title={Dietary intake, plasma levels of antioxidant vitamins, and oxidative stress in relation to coronary artery disease in elderly subjects.},
  author={Ram B. Singh and Saraswati Ghosh and Mohammad Arif Niaz and R. B. Singh and R Beegum and H Chibo and Z Shoumin and Alfredo Postiglione},
  journal={The American journal of cardiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={76 17},
  pages={1233-8}
}
The prevalence of coronary artery disease (CAD) in the urban population of India is similar to that in developed countries; Indian immigrants in industrialized countries have the highest prevalence of CAD. This is a cross-sectional survey within a random sample of a single urban setting in India. The relation between risk of CAD and plasma levels of vitamins A, C, E, and beta-carotene was examined in 72 of 595 elderly subjects (12.1%) with CAD (aged 50 to 84 years). Plasma levels of vitamins A… CONTINUE READING
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