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Kernohan R J - - 1968
In the first six months of its existence a mobile intensive care unit was used to admit 95 patients with definite or probable myocardial infarction to the local district hospital. Though the area served was a rural one, with a radius of about 25 miles from the hospital, the average ...
Little J A - - 1967
The mortality of a group of Canadians who survived myocardial infarction for at least three months was compared with the mortality of medically selected lives insured in Canada at standard rates. The results were expressed as the ratio of the actual deaths incurred in the infarction group to the deaths ...
Rona G - - 1966
Coronary arteriography, dissection of the coronary arteries and histopathological examination of the heart were carried out in 150 autopsies to study the effect of coronary narrowing and occlusion, of the presence of collaterals, and of coronary artery predominance on the development of myocardial infarction. The thrombosis rate was related to ...
Shanoff H M - - 1965
Electrocardiograms of 101 men who survived myocardial infarction for at least three months and were free of hypertension, heart failure and other significant disease were analyzed. Within the range of 30 to 70 years, age had no apparent influence on the ECG. Six ECGs were borderline, 79 were abnormal and ...
RECHNITZER P A - - 1965
Four male patients with a previous myocardial infarction, who completed a 12-week program of graduated exercises, had an average reduction in subcutaneous fat thickness of 2.7 mm. and an increase in vital capacity of 570 c.c.At the completion of the program, muscular endurance and progressive work capacity were greater in ...
ABRAMSON H - - 1964
During a study of the vectorcardiogram in the normal young heart, four individuals were found in whom the QRS loops, surprisingly, fulfilled the usual criteria for the diagnosis of myocardial infarction. These vectorcardiograms are described in detail. Two of the four electrocardiograms are within normal limits. These abnormal vectorcardiographic patterns ...
LITTLE J A - - 1963
Serum lipids (total, ester and free cholesterol, phospholipid and standard S(f) 0-12, 12-20, 20-100 and 100-400 lipoproteins) were determined in 102 men, ages 30-70, with atherosclerotic coronary heart disease (C.H.D.), free of hypertension, diabetes or other complicating variables. All the lipid fractions had a lognormal distribution. All were significantly higher ...
ABRAMSON H - - 1963
The efferent limb of the frontal plane QRS loop of the vectorcardiogram was studied quantitatively in 100 normal subjects and in 50 patients with electrocardiographic QRS evidence of diaphragmatic infarction. Efferent limb analysis consisted of determination of the position of the .02-second and maximal vectors in the triaxial reference frame ...
RUBIN H B - - 1957
In a study involving interpretation of electrocardiograms of two groups of patients who had myocardial infarction-one a group of diabetic patients and the other group made up of nondiabetic-the electrocardiogram was found to be considerably less accurate in the diagnosis of myocardial infarction in the diabetic patient than in the ...
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