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Successful prediction of who may survive paraquat poisoning can prevent inappropriately aggressive treatment in those who have little hope of survival and those only minimally poisoned. We examined case records of patients admitted to one poisoning treatment unit over the last 5 years, and the...
Patients with acute chest pain suggestive of myocardial ischaemia, and normal or non-diagnostic electrocardiograms, form a difficult subgroup for diagnosis and early risk stratification. We prospectively evaluated the role of troponin T (cTnT), troponin I (cTnI), CKMB mass and myoglobin, in the...
Essential hypertension has a multitude of aetiologies, environmental circumstances that impact harmfully upon blood pressure levels. These aetiologies fall into two types: a reversible type that requires continuous exposure to the inciting agent to sustain the elevated blood pressure, and a...
The most common cause of anaemia in the elderly is anaemia of chronic disease (ACD). However, iron deficiency anaemia (IDA) may coexist, and can be difficult to diagnose. The serum transferrin receptor (sTfR) blood test may be a better indicator of iron status as it is not affected by...
We investigated whether there was a correlation between the simultaneous assessments of augmentation index (AI) and pulse wave velocity (PWV), undertaken by the SphygmoCor system, and what were the principal factors responsible for differences in these two putative assessments of arterial...
We examined the relationship between blood antioxidant enzyme activities, indices of inflammatory status and a number of lifestyle factors in the Caerphilly prospective cohort study of ischaemic heart disease. The study began in 1979 and is based on a representative male population sample....
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