Nobel Prizes: Contributions to Cardiology

  title={Nobel Prizes: Contributions to Cardiology},
  author={Evandro Tinoco Mesquita and Luana de Decco Marchese and Danielle Warol Dias and Andres Barbeito and Jonathan Costa Gomes and Maria Clara Soares Muradas and Pedro Gemal Lanzieri and Ronaldo Altenburg Gismondi},
  journal={Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia},
  pages={188 - 196}
The Nobel Prize was created by Alfred Nobel. The first prize was awarded in 1901 and Emil Adolf von Behring was the first laureate in medicine due to his research in diphtheria serum. Regarding cardiology, Nobel Prize’s history permits a global comprehension of progress in pathophysiology, diagnosis and therapeutics of various cardiac diseases in last 120 years. The objective of this study was to review the major scientific discoveries contemplated by Nobel Prizes that contributed to cardiology… 
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