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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Heart failure management the neural pathways" presents the following contents: Therapies in heart failure, tomorrow may be too lat, atrial fibrillation, heart failure, and the autonomic nervous system, cardiovascular serenade - listening to the heart, cerebral aging - implications for the heart autonomic nervous system regulation,...

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Heart failure management the neural pathways" presents the following contents: The autonomic cardiorenal crosstalk - pathophysiology and implications for heart failure management, barorefl ex activation therapy in heart failure, renal refl exes and denervation in heart failure, back to the future,...

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  • Resilience is natural. Even after a long, hard winter, when the proper conditions arrive, nature simply springs back to life of its own accord. Resilience may be natural, yet every day we encounter people who are enduring a hard inner winter, whose joy and vitality have long ago gone dormant. Many of them have lost heart. Having tried all the usual remedies with little success, they wonder if they will ever fully reclaim their lives. They come to us with a single question, framed in a thousand different ways: “What can I do to feel better, to bring myself back to life, to recover the joy...

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  • After completing this chapter, students will be able to: Describe the structural and functional properties of cardiac muscle, and explain how it differs from skeletal muscle; briefly describe the events of cardiac muscle cell contraction; name the components of the conduction system of the heart, and trace the conduction pathway;...

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  • The field of solid organ transplantation has developed enormously in the last three decades andwhat was pioneering surgery has now become routine. Outcomes are no longer considered in terms of 1-year survival, but clinicians and patients are looking to 20 years and beyond. The current success of transplantation is based on many different factors: developments in surgical technique, better immunosuppression, improved anesthetic and intensive care, improved microbiology, and close collaboration between – all those involved in the transplant pathway have contributed....

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  • Effective new treatments of heart disease are based on a refined understanding of cellular function and the heart's response to environmental stresses. Not surprisingly therefore, the field of experimental cardiology has experienced a phase of rapid exponential growth during the last decade. The acquisition of new knowledge has been so fast that textbooks of cardiology or textbooks of cardiovascular physiology are often hard-pressed to keep up with the most important conceptual advances.

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  • Macroautophagy is a vital process in the cardiac myocyte: it plays a pro-tective role in the response to ischemic injury, and chronic perturbation is causative in heart disease. Recent findings evidence a link between the apoptotic and autophagic pathways through the interaction of the anti-apoptotic proteins Bcl-2 and Bcl-XLwith Beclin 1.

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  • Erythroid dematin is a major component of red blood cell junctional complexes that link the spectrin±actin cytoskel-eton to the overlying plasma membrane. Transcripts of dematinarewidelydistributed includinghumanbrain, heart, lung, skeletalmuscle, andkidney.Invitro, dematinbinds and bundles actin ®laments in a phosphorylation-dependent manner. The primary structure of dematin consists of a C-terminal domain homologous to theÔheadpieceÕ domain of villin, an actin-binding protein of the brush border cyto-skeleton. ...

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  • Chapter 7 provides knowledge of cardiovascular system. The following will be discussed in this chapter: The blood vessels, the heart, features of the cardiovascular system, the vascular pathways, cardiovascular disorders, homeostasis.

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Cardiac electrophysiology" presents the following contents: Physiology (common pitfalls, heart block, proximal delay, aberrancy, normalization,...), avnrt (signal ID, pathways, bundle blocks, cool initiation, PAC effect ,...

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  • Thyroid hormone receptors (TRs) play a major role in animal physiology. TRs are important and very interesting regulators of diverse aspects, including brain development, hearing, bone growth, morphogenesis, metabolism, intestine, and heart rate in vertebrates (Fig. 1). Aberrant functions of TRs induce tremendous defects in these pathways. For example, the human disease of Resistance to Thyroid Hormone (RTH) (see Chapter 8 by Yoh and Privalsky) is a genetically autosomal dominant inherited syndrome that is caused by mutations in the gene encoding the TRβ.

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  • Sites of action of the four major physiologic antithrombotic pathways: antithrombin (AT); protein C/S (PC/PS); tissue factor pathway inhibitor (TFPI); and the fibrinolytic system, consisting of plasminogen, plasminogen activator (PA), and plasmin. PT, prothrombin; Th, thrombin; FDP, fibrin(ogen) degradation products. [Modified from BA Konkle, AI Schafer, in DP Zipes et al (eds): Braunwald's Heart Disease, 7th ed. Philadelphia, Saunders, 2005.] Antithrombin (or antithrombin III) is the major plasma protease inhibitor of thrombin and the other clotting factors in coagulation.

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  • This innovative book integrates the disciplines of biomedical science, biomedical engineering, biotechnology, physiological engineering, and hospital management technology. Herein, Biomedical science covers topics on disease pathways, models and treatment mechanisms, and the roles of red palm oil and phytomedicinal plants in reducing HIV and diabetes complications by enhancing antioxidant activity.

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  • Supraventricular tachycardia may be caused by abnormal conduction pathways such as the Wolf-Parkinson-White syndrome, characterised on the ECG by a short P- R interval and an abnormal delta wave on the upstroke of the QRS complex. The child may develop sudden episodes of tachycardia associated with heart rates of 240beats/min, up to 300beats/min. These appear on ECG as narrow complex rhythms. The child may feel faint and uncomfortable during an arrhythmia.

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