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(1971)The effect of propranolol, a beta-adrenergic blocking agent, was studied on the metabolism and function of the isolated, perfused rat heart. Propranolol (20 μm) depressed the oxygen consumption, coronary flow rate, palmitate ...
(1984)Non-cardiac surgery presents significant risks to patients with cardiac diseases. With the improvement in anaesthetic techniques and intensive care facilities, many cardiac patients who in the past would have been considered ...
Progressive familial heart block: Part II. Clinical and ECG confirmation of progression - report on 4 cases (1986)Two types of progressive familial heart block controlled by a single gene have been described; 4 cases show that type I is progressive and that the pathogenesis is still unknown.