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Pravastatin, simvastatin, and atorvastatin significantly decreased levels of hs-CRP. These data support an anti-inflammatory effect of these drugs.
We found that both the coronary atheromatous plaque burden and smoking habit are associated with a reduced acute local fibrinolytic capacity of the heart. These important findings provide evidence of a direct link between endogenous fibrinolysis, endothelial dysfunction, and atherothrombosis in...
Fluvastatin lowers total and LDL cholesterol and the concentration of dLDL. This profile may contribute to an antiatherogenic effect for fluvastatin that is greater than expected on the basis of changes in lipids and apolipoproteins.
Despite severe HA, carriers of the apoA-I
This study demonstrates that ox-LDL levels show a significant positive correlation with the severity of acute coronary syndromes and that the more severe lesions also contain a significantly higher percentage of ox-LDL–positive macrophages. These observations suggest that increased levels...
CEE+MP and CEE+MPA provide similar improvement in endothelium-dependent vasodilator responsiveness and effects on markers of inflammation, hemostasis, and fibrinolysis inhibition in healthy postmenopausal women.
Stent thrombosis occurred in <1.0% of patients undergoing stenting of native coronary artery lesions and receiving routine antiplatelet therapy with aspirin plus ticlopidine. Procedure-related variables of persistent dissection, total stent length, and final lumen diameter were...
The present study confirms that arrhythmogenic RV cardiomyopathy is a severe disease with a high risk for cardiac death. Evidence of RV abnormalities in patients presenting with RV arrhythmias is highly predictive for sudden death, as is its association with LV involvement.
The relationship between HRV and parasympathetic effect is best described by a function in which there is an ascending limb where HRV increases as parasympathetic effect increases until it reaches a plateau level; HRV then decreases as parasympathetic effect increases. Because there is marked...
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