Browsing by Subject "Coronary artery disease"
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Publisher and Date:(Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2005)Background: The results of studies that clarify the association of genetic markers at the apolipoprotein B (apo B) gene (EcoRI and XbaI polymorphisms) with coronary artery disease (CAD) are not consistent and suggest that the effect is context dependent (dependent on ethnicity and sex). The present study represents the first investigation of the apo B gene polymorphisms in Turkish patients with CAD and their influence on lipid levels. Aim: The study investigated the association of apo B gene EcoRI ...
The prevalence of microalbuminuria and relevant cardiovascular risk factors in Turkish hypertensive patients Authors:
Publisher and Date:(2011)Objectives: A growing body of data illustrates the importance of microalbuminuria (MAU) as a strong predictor of cardiovascular risk in the hypertensive population. The present study was designed to define the prevalence of MAU and associated cardiovascular risk factors among Turkish hypertensive outpatients. Study design: Representing the Turkish arm of the multinational i-SEARCH study involving 1,750 sites in 26 countries around the world, a total of 1,926 hypertensive patients from different ...
Relationship between dyslipidemia C-Reactive Protein and serological evidence of chlamydia pneumoniae in Turkish patients with coronary artery diseases Authors:
Publisher and Date:(Luigi Ponzio E Figlio, 2004)Relationship between dyslipidemia C-Reactive Protein (CRP) and serological evidence of Chlamydia pneumoniae was investigated in a Turkish population with coronary artery disease. This prospective randomized blinded study was carried out in Florence Nightingale Hospital which is affiliated to Kadir Has University Medical Faculty. Thirty-two patients with acute coronary artery diseases (ACAD) 32 patients with chronic coronary artery diseases (CCAD) and 26 healthy controls (HC) were included in the ...