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The antihypertensive efficacy and side effects of transdermal clonidine (Catapres-TTS) and oral clonidine in equivalent doses on a weight basis were compared under double blind (double dummy) and cross over conditions in 16 outpatients with mild to moderate hypertension. After four weeks of...
Dose responses over 12 weeks of meals containing fish on erythrocyte phospholipids were studied in male students. In all major glycerophospholipids the proportions of long chain n-3 fatty acids increased at the expense of n-6 fatty acids with 1.5 meals a week containing fish (0.5 g n-3 fatty...
The polyamines putrescine, spermidine and spermine represent a group of naturally occurring compounds exerting a bewildering number of biological effects, yet despite several decades of intensive research work, their exact physiological function remains obscure. Chemically these compounds are...
Treatment of hypertension is quite effective in preventing cerebrovascular disease. Morbidity and mortality from coronary heart disease, the major complications of high blood pressure are not, however, generally affected when mild to moderate hypertension is treated with antihypertensive drugs....
Although obesity and alcohol intake as well as dietary sodium, potassium and magnesium are the major non-genetic determinants of blood pressure levels, interest has recently been stimulated in the function of fatty acids and antioxidants in the aetiology of hypertension. In the Kuopio Ischaemic...
Most studies of exercise and blood pressure have used a standard exercise programme with a single level of physical activity. To determine the nature of the dose-response relationship however it is necessary to examine several levels of activity, preferably in the same subjects. We have recently...
All-cause death rates in normotensive and hypertensive men were examined across physical fitness levels. Subjects were 10,224 healthy normotensive men and 1,832 men who reported a history of hypertension, but were otherwise healthy. Physical fitness was determined by maximal treadmill exercise...
Joints with rheumatoid arthritis are a site for chronic inflammation involving T cells, B cells, macrophages and dendritic cells. When these cells interact cytokines are likely to be produced. The presence of different cytokines in the synovial fluid of patients with rheumatoid arhritis has been...
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