Volume 31, Issue 4 Supplement, June 1986

ISSN: 0012-6667 (Print) 1179-1950 (Online)

In this issue (25 articles)

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    Section 2: Diuretics: The Current Basis for Use

    Diuretic Drugs Progress in Clinical Pharmacology

    Prof Ariel Lant Pages 40-55
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    Section 2: Diuretics: The Current Basis for Use

    The Diuretic Dilemma and the Management of Mild Hypertension

    Prof. Marvin Moser Pages 56-67
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    Section 2: Diuretics: The Current Basis for Use

    Diuretics in Cardiac Oedema

    Dr Jose Antonio F. Ramires, Fulvio Pileggi Pages 68-75
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    Section 2: Diuretics: The Current Basis for Use

    Discussion Sections 1 and 2

    Chairman W. H. Birkenhäger Pages 76-77
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    Section 3: Electrolyte Changes and the Myocardium: Defining the Risk

    Potassium Loss, Ventricular Irritability, and the Risk of Sudden Death in Hypertensive Patients

    O. Bryan Holland Pages 78-84
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    Section 3:Electrolyte Changes and the Myocardium: Defining the Risk

    Electrolyte Abnormalities and Ventricular Arrhythmias

    Dr Potoula V. Caralis, Eliseo Perez-Stable Pages 85-100
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    Section 3: Electrolyte Changes and the Myocardium: Defining the Risk

    Diuretics, Potassium and Arrhythmias in Hypertensive Coronary Disease

    Hamid Ikram, Eric A. Espiner, Dr M. Gary Nicholls Pages 101-108
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    Section 3: Electrolyte Changes and the Myocardium: Defining the Risk

    Diuretics and Intracellular Cations

    Professor A. S. Abraham Pages 109-111
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    Section 3: Electrolyte Changes and the Myocardium: Defining the Risk

    Ventriclar Arrhythmias in Patients with Myocardial Infarction and Ischaemia The Role of Serum Potassium

    Dr Richard J. Solomon Pages 112-120
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    Section 3: Electrolyte Changes and the Myocardium: Defining the Risk

    Magnesium and Potassium Inter-relationships in Cardiac Disorders

    Dr Michael R. Wills Pages 121-131
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    Section 3: Electrolyte Changes and the Myocardium: Defining the Risk

    Diuretics and Myocardial Infarction or Sudden Death

    Prof. T. O. Morgan Pages 132-134
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    Section 3: Electrolyte Changes and the Myocardium: Defining the Risk

    Discussion Section 3

    Chairman W. H. Birkenhäger Pages 135-137
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    Section 4: Diuretic Therapy and the Elderly Patient

    The Elderly Patient

    Dr Dennis E. Hyams Pages 138-153
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    Section 4: Diuretic Therapy and the Elderly Patient

    Diuretic Therapy in Congestive Heart Failure for the Elderly Patient

    Eurico Thomas Carvalho Filho Pages 165-173
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    Section 4: Diuretic Therapy and the Elderly Patient

    Compliance and the Elderly Hypertensive

    Prof. T. O. Morgan, C. Nowson, J. Murphy, R. Snowden Pages 174-183
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