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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Ágnes Bencze, Nikolette Szücs, Péter Igaz, Katalin Leiszter, Zsolt Nagy, Attila Patócs, and Károly Rácz

. 2008 101 378 381 Pellikka, P. A., Tajik, A. J., Khandheria, B. K., et al.: Carcinoid heart disease

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Jeppesen J, Hein HO, Suadicani P, Gyntelberg F: Triglyceride concentration and ischemic heart disease, an eight-year follow-up in the Copenhagen Male Study. Circulation 97, 1029-1036 (1998) Triglyceride concentration and ischemic

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Authors: István Hartyánszky, Gábor Bodor, Sándor Mihályi, Andrea Székely, Imre Kassai, Edit Novák, László Ablonczy, András Szatmári, and Péter Ofner

Chen, J. M., Davis, R. R., Mital, S. R. és mtsai: Trends and outcomes in transplantation for complex congenital heart disease: 1984 to 2004. Ann. Thorac. Surg., 2004, 78 , 1352–1361. Mital S. R

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J.L. St Sauver R.H. Heise Jr W.J. Watson 2009 Congenital heart disease associated

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Authors: Tamás Szili-Török, Szabolcs Szeghy, Attila Kardos, László Környei, Dóra Paprika, András Szatmári, and András Temesvári

Hebe, J., Krings, G., Hansen, P. és mtsai: Arrhythmias in patients with congenital heart disease and their impact on prognosis. Herz, 1999, 24 , 315

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imaging to assess right ventricular function in patients with congenital heart disease. Pediatr. Cardiol., 2003, 24 , 463–467. Tomamasa T. Measurement of tricuspid annular diastolic

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Studies on epidemics have demonstrated the relationship between coronary heart disease (CHD) and mineral substances, such as selenium, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, copper, zinc, iron, manganese, and vanadium, in human bodies. In this study, instrumental neutron activation analysis (INAA) and flame atomic absorption spectrophotometry (FAAS) were applied to evaluate the levels of selenium, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, copper, zinc, and iron in healthy individuals and CHD patients. Hair samples were collected from 42 healthy participants and 28 diagnosed CHD patients. Calcium, magnesium, copper, and zinc levels in healthy individuals are significantly higher than the levels found in the patients (p < 0.01). Calcium/selenium ratio is also significantly higher in healthy individuals (p < 0.05). Based on the possible synergies and/or antagonisms of elements and their absorption and metabolism, magnesium/calcium, zinc/copper, and sodium/potassium ratios showed positive relevance (p < 0.01).

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Due to changes of the dietary pattern and life style, cardiovascular diseases like coronary heart disease (CHD) have been increasing in Korea. In this study, the levels of the serum minerals such as Na, Cl, K, Ca, Fe, Zn and Se for 75 patients with CHD and 25 normal persons, who were older than the age of 40, were investigated by instrumental neutron activation analysis. For analytical quality control, the reference materials. INSPQ and Seronorm, were analyzed simultaneously. The relative errors of the analytical values for the reference materials were within 10% of the certified values. The average concentrations of Na, Cl, K, Ca, Fe, Zn and Se in the serum of the male patients were 2,850±260 mg/1, 3,400±310 mg/l, 160±30 mg/l, 80.9±11.7 mg/l, 1.57±0.73 mg/l, 0.094±0.019 mg/l and 0.795±0.163 mg/l, respectively. The concentrations of Na, Cl, K, Ca, Fe, Zn and Se in the serum of the female patients were 2,890±240 mg/l, 3,430±350 mg/l, 169±27 mg/l, 81.8±13.0 mg/l, 1.26±0.44 mg/l, 0.099±0.015 mg/l and 0.769±0.105 mg/l, respectively. In a comparison between the patients and the normal group for both genders, while the levels of the elemental concentrations such as Na, Cl, K, Ca, Fe and Se were similar, the Zn concentration level of the CHD patients was significantly lower than that of the normal ones. The present study showed that the Zn concentration in the serum could be associated with CHD in Korean adults.

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Pregnancy and cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass

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Authors: János Aranyosi Jr., János Aranyosi, and Árpád Péterffy

Heart Disease. A Textbook of Cardiovascular Medicine 6 WB Saunders Philadelpha PA 2172 91 . 2. AJ Parry

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Authors: Zoltán Szabó, Attila Erdélyi, Andrea Gubicskóné Kisbenedek, Tamás Ungár, Éva Lászlóné Polyák, Szilvia Szekeresné Szabó, Réka Erika Kovács, László Bence Raposa, and Mária Figler

lifestyle changes reverse coronary heart disease? The Lifestyle Heart Trial. Lancet, 1990, 336 (8708), 129–133. 13 Hu, F. B.: Plant-based foods and prevention of cardiovascular

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