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JACC (Journal of the American College of Cardiology), ISSN 0735-1097, 2015, Volume 65, Issue 10, pp. A1630 - A1630
  Methods and Results: The 47 patients with coronary artery disease (CAD), aged 70.2±9.5 years (mean±SD) (35 males), were assigned to receive an aggressive... 
Cardiovascular | Internal Medicine | Cardiovascular disease | Lipids | Coronary vessels | Cholesterol
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Journal of the American College of Cardiology, ISSN 0735-1097, 04/2018, Volume 71, Issue 16, pp. S42 - S43
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JACC (Journal of the American College of Cardiology), ISSN 0735-1097, 2017, Volume 69, Issue 16, pp. S277 - S277
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Journal of the American College of Cardiology, ISSN 0735-1097, 03/2019, Volume 73, Issue 9, pp. 370 - 370
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Journal of the American College of Cardiology, ISSN 0735-1097, 03/2019, Volume 73, Issue 9, pp. 415 - 415
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by Kajimoto, Katsuya and Minami, Yuichiro and Otsubo, Shigeru and Sato, Yukihito and Sato, Takatoshi and Sato, Takamasa and Sato, Naoki and Asai, Kuniya and Munakata, Ryo and Aokage, Toshiyuki and Yoshida, Asuka and Yoshida, Daisuke and Yoshida, Kentaro and Yumino, Dai and Mizuno, Kiyo-o and Mizuno, Masayuki and Kawada, Erisa and Ozaki, Yuri and Kogure, Tomohito and Haruki, Shintaro and Nakao, Koichi and Sawamura, Tadashi and Sawamura, Akinori and Nuki, Toshiaki and Ishiki, Ryoji and Yokota, Yuya and Yokota, Shigeki and Fujinaga, Hiroyuki and Yamamoto, Takashi and Harada, Kenji and Saito, Taro and Saito, Akihiro and Kageyama, Norihito and Okumura, Takanobu and Hata, Noritake and Murai, Koji and Nozaki, Ayaka and Kawanaka, Hidekazu and Tanabe, Jun and Ishii, Katsuhisa and Oiwa, Hitoshi and Matsumoto, Tomoaki and Kato, Hiromasa and Kato, Nobuo and Kato, Masahiko and Suzuki, Hiroshi and Shimizu, Nobuyuki and Shimizu, Hayato and Keida, Takehiko and Fujita, Takashi and Fujita, Masaki and Nakamura, Keita and Nakamura, Makiko and Nakamura, Kentaro and Chinen, Toshiya and Meguro, Kentaro and Kikuchi, Tatsuro and Nishikido, Toshiyuki and Nakata, Masaya and Nakata, Marohito and Yamashita, Shizuya and Yamashita, Eiji and Yamashita, Tatsuya and Hirono, Akitoshi and Mitsudo, Kazuaki and Kadota, Kazushige and Makita, Noriko and Watanabe, Nagisa and Kawabata, Masaaki and Fujii, Kenichi and Fujii, Shinya and Okuda, Shinichi and Kobayashi, Hiroshi and Kobayashi, Shigeki and Moriuchi, Ikuo and Osato, Kazuo and Murakami, Tatsuaki and Shimada, Yoshifumi and Shimada, Katsunori and Misawa, Katsushi and Kokado, Hiromasa and Fukuoka, Yoshitomo and Takabatake, Syu and Takata, Yoshifumi and Miyagi, Manabu and Tanaka, Nobuhiro and Yamashina, Akira and Sudo, Shinji and Shimamura, Koichi and Nagashima, Michitaka and Kaneda, Tomoya and Ueda, Yasunori and Ueda, Kosei and Higashikata, Toshinori and Fujimori, Kanichi and Yagi, Masahiro and Takaki, Jyunko and Toyama, Takuji and Hirata, Tetsuo and Kamisihima, Kazuho and ... and Acute Decompensated Heart Failure and investigators of the Acute Decompensated Heart Failure Syndromes (ATTEND) registry
The American Journal of Cardiology, ISSN 0002-9149, 09/2017, Volume 120, Issue 5, pp. 809 - 816
The aim of this study was to evaluate the association of functional mitral regurgitation (FMR), preserved or reduced ejection fraction (EF), and ischemic or... 
VENTRICULAR SYSTOLIC DYSFUNCTION | PROGNOSTIC IMPLICATIONS | CARDIAC & CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEMS | MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION | DETERMINANTS | DISEASE | RISK | DILATED CARDIOMYOPATHY | ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY | QUANTITATIVE DOPPLER ASSESSMENT | SEVERITY | Japan - epidemiology | Prospective Studies | Humans | Heart Failure - physiopathology | Male | Mitral Valve Insufficiency - epidemiology | Heart Ventricles - diagnostic imaging | Incidence | Echocardiography, Doppler | Myocardial Ischemia - physiopathology | Female | Registries | Ventricular Function, Left - physiology | Myocardial Ischemia - diagnosis | Heart Failure - mortality | Severity of Illness Index | Heart Failure - complications | Acute Disease | Survival Rate - trends | Stroke Volume - physiology | Mitral Valve Insufficiency - diagnosis | Heart Ventricles - physiopathology | Myocardial Ischemia - complications | Cause of Death - trends | Mitral Valve Insufficiency - etiology | Heart failure | Care and treatment | Mitral valve insufficiency | Patient outcomes | Analysis | Cardiac patients | Hypertension | Heart attacks | Cardiomyopathy | Mortality | Color | Disorders | Cardiovascular disease | Hospitalization | Patients | Discharge | Confidence intervals | Ultrasonic imaging | Ischemia | Regurgitation | Acute coronary syndromes | Health risk assessment | Heart diseases | Ejection
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Respiration and Circulation, ISSN 0452-3458, 2014, Volume 62, Issue 9, pp. 893 - 898
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Journal of Nihon University Medical Association, ISSN 0029-0424, 2014, Volume 73, Issue 1, pp. 20 - 21
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Journal of the American College of Cardiology, ISSN 0735-1097, 03/2018, Volume 71, Issue 11, pp. A513 - A513
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by Anand, Sonia S and Bosch, Jackie and Eikelboom, John W and Connolly, Stuart J and Diaz, Rafael and Widimsky, Peter and Aboyans, Victor and Alings, Marco and Kakkar, Ajay K and Keltai, Katalin and Maggioni, Aldo P and Lewis, Basil S and Störk, Stefan and Zhu, Jun and Lopez-Jaramillo, Patricio and O'Donnell, Martin and Commerford, Patrick J and Vinereanu, Dragos and Pogosova, Nana and Ryden, Lars and Fox, Keith A A and Bhatt, Deepak L and Misselwitz, Frank and Varigos, John D and Vanassche, Thomas and Avezum, Alvaro A and Chen, Edmond and Branch, Kelley and Leong, Darryl P and Bangdiwala, Shrikant I and Hart, Robert G and Yusuf, Salim and SALA, JORGELINA and CARTASEGNA, LUIS and VICO, MARISA and HOMINAL, MIGUEL ANGEL and HASBANI, EDUARDO and CACCAVO, ALBERTO and ZAIDMAN, CESAR and VOGEL, DANIEL and HRABAR, ADRIAN and SCHYGIEL, PABLO OMAR and CUNEO, CARLOS and LUQUEZ, HUGO and MACKINNON, IGNACIO J and AHUAD GUERRERO, RODOLFO ANDRES and COSTABEL, JUAN PABLO and BARTOLACCI, INES PALMIRA and MONTANA, OSCAR and BARBIERI, MARIA and GOMEZ VILAMAJO, OSCAR and GARCIA DURAN, RUBEN OMAR and SCHIAVI, LILIA BEATRIZ and GARRIDO, MARCELO and INGARAMO, ADRIAN and BORDONAVA, ANSELMO PAULINO and PELAGAGGE, MARIA JOSE and NOVARETTO, LEONARDO and ALBISU DI GENNERO, JUAN PABLO and IBANEZ SAGGIA, LUZ MARIA and ALVAREZ, MOIRA and VITA, NESTOR ALEJANDRO and MACIN, STELLA MARIS and DRAN, RICARDO DARIO and CARDONA, MARCELO and GUZMAN, RANDOLPH and GUZMAN, LUIS and SARJANOVICH, RODOLFO JUAN and CUADRADO, JESUS and NANI, SEBASTIAN and LITVAK BRUNO, MARCOS RAUL and CHACON, CAROLINA and MAFFEI, LAURA ELENA and GRINFELD, DIEGO and VENSENTINI, NATALIA and MAJUL, CLAUDIO RODOLFO and LUCIARDI, HECTOR LUCAS and GONZALEZ COLASO, PATRICIA DEL CARMEN and FERRE PACORA, FREDY ANTONI and VAN DEN HEUVEL, PAUL and VERHAMME, PETER and ECTOR, BAVO and DEBONNAIRE, PHILIPPE and VAN DE BORNE, PHILIPPE and LEROY, JEAN and SCHROE, HERMAN and VRANCKX, PASCAL and ELEGEERT, IVAN and HOFFER, ETIENNE and DUJARDIN, KARL and INDIO DO BRASIL, CLARISSE and PRECOMA, DALTON and ABRANTES, JOSE ANTONIO and MANENTI, EULER and REIS, GILMAR and SARAIVA, JOSE and MAIA, LILIA and HERNANDES, MAURO and ROSSI, PAULO and ROSSI DOS SANTOS, FABIO and ... and COMPASS Investigators and Sahlgrenska akademin and Institute of Medicine, Department of Molecular and Clinical Medicine and Institutionen för medicin, avdelningen för molekylär och klinisk medicin and Göteborgs universitet and Gothenburg University and Sahlgrenska Academy
The Lancet, ISSN 0140-6736, 01/2018, Volume 391, Issue 10117, pp. 219 - 229
Patients with peripheral artery disease have an increased risk of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. Antiplatelet agents are widely used to reduce these... 
MORTALITY | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | METAANALYSIS | MANAGEMENT | THERAPY | OUTPATIENTS | CARDIOVASCULAR EVENT RATES | PREVENTION | RISK | Myocardial Infarction - epidemiology | Cardiovascular Diseases - prevention & control | Humans | Middle Aged | Carotid Artery Diseases - complications | Male | Peripheral Arterial Disease - complications | Rivaroxaban - administration & dosage | Aspirin - administration & dosage | Factor Xa Inhibitors - administration & dosage | Incidence | Dose-Response Relationship, Drug | Rivaroxaban - adverse effects | Aspirin - adverse effects | Platelet Aggregation Inhibitors - administration & dosage | Cardiovascular Diseases - mortality | Female | Stroke - epidemiology | Aspirin - therapeutic use | Lower Extremity - surgery | Drug Therapy, Combination | Platelet Aggregation Inhibitors - therapeutic use | Myocardial Infarction - etiology | Rivaroxaban - therapeutic use | Carotid Artery Diseases - drug therapy | Platelet Aggregation Inhibitors - adverse effects | Stroke - prevention & control | Double-Blind Method | Drug Administration Schedule | Peripheral Arterial Disease - drug therapy | Carotid Artery Diseases - epidemiology | Morbidity | Factor Xa Inhibitors - therapeutic use | Stroke - etiology | Peripheral Arterial Disease - epidemiology | Factor Xa Inhibitors - adverse effects | Aged | Myocardial Infarction - prevention & control | Amputation - statistics & numerical data | Hemorrhage - chemically induced | Lower Extremity - blood supply | Cardiac arrhythmia | Anticoagulants | Aspirin | Stroke | Heart attacks | Medical imaging | Mortality | Clinical trials | Cardiovascular disease | Patients | Disease control | Carotid arteries | Disease prevention | Coronary vessels | Blood pressure | Carotid artery | Acute coronary syndromes | Thromboembolism | Health risk assessment | Cardiovascular Diseases | Factor Xa Inhibitors | Klinisk medicin | Hemorrhage | epidemiology | Rivaroxaban | administration & dosage | Combination | Amputation | Drug | drug therapy | chemically induced | complications | prevention & control | Peripheral Arterial Disease | etiology | Clinical Medicine | Myocardial Infarction | statistics & numerical data | blood supply | Carotid Artery Diseases | Platelet Aggregation Inhibitors | adverse effects | mortality | Lower Extremity | Dose-Response Relationship | therapeutic use | surgery
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Journal of the American College of Cardiology, ISSN 0735-1097, 03/2018, Volume 71, Issue 11, pp. A523 - A523
Methods This prospective cohort study enrolled 1787 consecutive NVAF with DOAC [dabigatran(n=648), rivaroxaban(n=538), apixaban(n=599)] with a mean follow-up... 
Anticoagulants | Cardiac arrhythmia | Fibrillation
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International Heart Journal, ISSN 1349-2365, 2018, Volume 59, Issue 6, pp. 1275 - 1287
Right ventricular apical (RVA) pacing often causes left ventricular (LV) mechanical asynchrony, which is enhanced by impaired cardiac contraction and intrinsic... 
Left anterior fascicular block | Left ventricular asynchrony | Right ventricular non-apical pacing | Heart | Conduction | Fibrillation | Echocardiography | Cardiac function | Electrocardiography | Ventricle | Contraction
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JACC (Journal of the American College of Cardiology), ISSN 0735-1097, 2016, Volume 67, Issue 13, pp. 2304 - 2304
  Conclusions The use of ICM in endovascular therapy can be reduced by using CO2 contrast regardless of renal function, especially for the treatment of complex... 
Cardiovascular | Internal Medicine | Patients | Carbon dioxide
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