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indian heart journal

Mark F Watson, Henry J Noltie
During his 20-year career as a surgeon-naturalist with the British East India Company, Francis Buchanan (later Hamilton, known in botany as Buchanan-Hamilton and in ichthyology as Hamilton-Buchanan) undertook pioneering survey explorations in several diverse regions of the Indian subcontinent. A naturalist at heart, his collections of plants and animals are often the first from such regions, notably Nepal, Burma (Myanmar) and Bangladesh. Buchanan had wide-ranging interests beyond natural history, using his talent for observation and meticulous recording to amass a huge body of information on the lands and peoples he encountered...
July 11, 2016: Annals of Science
Kamales Kumar Saha
Magnesium sulfate is often used empirically in cardiac surgical settings. Magnesium sulfate may cause platelet dysfunction leading to bleeding complication. This editorial commentary discusses the published study of intra-operative use of magnesium sulfate during off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting published in this issue of Indian Heart Journal.
May 2016: Indian Heart Journal
Rakesh Aggarwal, Nithya Gogtay, Rajeev Kumar, Peush Sahni
Note: This editorial is being published simultaneously in the Indian Heart Journal, Indian Journal of Anaesthesia, Indian Journal of Gastroenterology, Indian Journal of Medical Ethics, Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology, Indian Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Indian Journal of Pathology and Microbiology, Indian Journal of Pharmacology, Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, Indian Journal of Urology, Indian Pediatrics, International Journal of Health Research & Medicolegal Practice, Journal of Anaesthesiology Clinical Pharmacology, Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine, Journal of Clinical and Scientific Research, Journal of Conservative Dentistry, Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, Journal of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine, Journal of Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Journal of Postgraduate Medicine, National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, and The National Medical Journal of India...
October 2015: Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care
Kajal Krishna Banik
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September 2009: Journal of the Indian Medical Association
Hai-Feng Zhang, Bao-Liang Zhong, Wa-Li Zhu, Shuang-Lun Xie, Li-Xin Qiu, Li-Guang Zhu, Yan Wang, Lei Lei
The CD14 gene C-260T polymorphism has been reported to be associated with ischemic heart disease, but results were conflicting. To evaluate the role of the CD14 C-260T polymorphism in ischemic heart disease, we performed meta-analyses of all available data. Comprehensive searches for studies on the association between the genotypes (CC, CT, TT) distributions and ischemic heart disease risk were performed. Patients with acute coronary syndrome, prior myocardial infarction, stable angina pectoris, or angiographic coronary artery stenosis were included...
June 2009: Genetics in Medicine: Official Journal of the American College of Medical Genetics
P Jerie
Reserpine, the purified alkaloid of Rauwolfia serpentina, was the first potent drug widely used in the long-term treatment of hypertension. Rauwolfia serpentina is a tropical woody plant of the Apocyanaceae family ingenious to Asia, South America and Africa. Extracts of its different parts and of plants resembling to rauwolfia were used in Hindu medicine for snakebite, insomnia, insanity and many other diseases and complaints. In Europe, Georg Eberhard Rumpf first reported about rauwolfia in his Herbarium amboinense, 1755...
2007: Casopís Lékar̆ů C̆eských
Sat Bir S Khalsa
Although yoga is historically a spiritual discipline, it has also been used clinically as a therapeutic intervention. A bibliometric analysis on the biomedical journal literature involving research on the clinical application of yoga has revealed an increase in publication frequency over the past 3 decades with a substantial and growing use of randomized controlled trials. Types of medical conditions have included psychopathological (e.g. depression, anxiety), cardiovascular (e.g. hypertension, heart disease), respiratory (e...
July 2004: Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology
C M Fischbacher, S Hunt, L Alexander
BACKGROUND: Moderate physical activity is protective against coronary heart disease (CHD) and diabetes, both important public health problems among UK South Asian (Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi) ethnic groups. We assessed the evidence that physical activity is lower in South Asian groups than in the general population. METHODS: We carried out a systematic literature review of studies describing levels of physical activity and fitness in UK South Asians using MEDLINE, EMBASE, the Cochrane databases, hand searching of relevant journals and review of reference lists...
September 2004: Journal of Public Health
John H Hebb, Dawn Fitzgerald, Weihong Fan
The wealth of literature documenting differences in health care utilization by race and ethnicity underscores the need to develop a system to effectively measure health care related disparities. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has taken the first steps toward detailing the quality of care for fee-for-service (FFS) Medicare beneficiaries. Using data collected for the two-period 1997-1999 on a cross-section of beneficiaries from all states and territories of the U.S., quality was measured using a set of 24 indicators of care...
2003: Journal of Health and Human Services Administration
S Harikrishnan, J Tharakan, T Titus, A Bhat, S Sivasankaran, F Bimal, K R Shyam Sunder
We reviewed the cine-angiograms of 190 patients with right ventricular outflow tract (RVOT) obstructions for size and anatomy of pulmonary arteries, patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) and major aorto pulmonary collateral arteries (MAPCAs). Patients were grouped into three, Tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) with pulmonary atresia (group 1, N=86), TOF with pulmonary stenosis (group 2, N=97) and 7 cases of pulmonary atresia with intact interventricular septum (group 3). Out of 86 patients in group 1, 49 had PDA alone, 30 had MAPCAs alone, six had both and one had none...
May 31, 2000: International Journal of Cardiology
L T Cooper, G J Berry, R Shabetai
BACKGROUND: Idiopathic giant-cell myocarditis is a rare and frequently fatal disorder. We used a multicenter data base to define the natural history of giant-cell myocarditis and the effect of treatment. METHODS: We identified 63 patients with idiopathic giant-cell myocarditis through journal announcements and direct mailings to cardiovascular centers worldwide. RESULTS: The patients consisted of 33 men and 30 women with an average age of 42...
June 26, 1997: New England Journal of Medicine
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