Clinical data showed that patients with PCI plus thrombolysis had less major adverse cardiovascular events in hospital than patients with thrombolysis alone (4.4% vs. 12.9%, P=0.181). Patients with PCI plus thrombolysis and with primary PCI had similar major adverse cardiovascular events (4.4% vs. 1.4%, P=0.319).
The success rate of operation(98.4% vs 98.0%), target vessel revascularization within 30 days (3 vs 2 patients), major adverse cardiovascular event within 30 days (2 patients in both groups), acute thrombosis (0 patients in both groups) and peripheral vascular complications (8 vs 4 patients) of the two groups have no significant difference (P>0.05).
Effect of Lipopolysaccharides Having Different Structures on the Cardiovascular System of Wistar Rats
The prognostic significance of the adaptation potential of the cardiovascular system in 10- and 11-year-old children
No agreement was found between the levels of these parameters and the degrees of AP of the cardiovascular system in 10-11-year-old children based on their individual values and sigmal deviations of this index.
Emotional stress is considered to be one of the basic pathogenetic factors causing diseases of the cardiovascular system .
The purpose of this study was to investigate the autonomic regulation of the cardiovascular system during sleep in health and disease.
Cardiovascular Responses to Isometric Muscle Tension in Healthy Subjects and in Patients with Neurocirculatory Dystonia
Cardiovascular responses to isometric tensions of small and large muscle groups under loads at 10, 20, or 30% of the maximum voluntary strength were studied in healthy female students and in their counterparts with neurocirculatory dystonia.
Cardiovascular Responses to Workload and Cold-and-Hypoxic Exposure in Student Air Traffic Controllers
Student air traffic (AT) controllers were examined to investigate cardiovascular responses to job-specific workload in the air traffic control simulator and to cold-and-hypoxic exposure (CHE).
The CHE-induced response may be regarded as a criterion for assessing individual cardiovascular responses to job-specific workload, which may be used for preparing recommendations on a subject's suitability for AT control work.
Estrogen has genomic, as well as rapid nongenomic, effects that alter vasodilation, coagulation, inflammation, and the vascular injury response, some of which may have potentially beneficial or adverse cardiovascular consequences.
The renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS) plays a fundamental role in the development of atherosclerosis and adverse cardiovascular events.