Tenuous link between ischaemic threshold and both ambulatory ischaemia and symptom status over time in stable angina: a 5-year follow-up study.

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This study evaluates changes in ischaemic threshold over a 5-year period in patients with stable angina pectoris, who did not suffer any intervening cardiac event. Changes in ischaemic threshold are related to alterations in symptomatic status and ambulatory ischaemia. Over long-term follow-up, there is a significant fall in ischaemic threshold in such… (More)

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@article{Knight1996TenuousLB, title={Tenuous link between ischaemic threshold and both ambulatory ischaemia and symptom status over time in stable angina: a 5-year follow-up study.}, author={Charles J. Knight and Des Mulcahy and Mark G. Gunning and Deven J Patel and Carrie A Wright and Dianna Clarke and George C. Sutton and Kim M. Fox}, journal={International journal of cardiology}, year={1996}, volume={55 1}, pages={61-5} }