Volume 11 Issue 1
Jan-December 2006
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Cardiac Surgery : from a stabbing in the chest to the artificial heart
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Hemodynamics : from De Motu Cordis to intracoronary stents
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Autonomic biology: From beheaded animals to a spate of nobel prizes
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Genetics and molecular biology: From a monastery garden to rebuilding the heart
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Ischemic Heart Disease : from a sudden death in Chicago to fibrinolysis and angioplasty
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When and why should we employ the interventional cardiologist
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Electrophysiology : from Galvani's frog to the implantable defibrillator
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Summaries of ten seminal papers
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Hypertension : from a mare in Cambridgeshire to the South-American pit viper
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Myocardial reperfusion: Biology, benefits and consequences
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Heart Failure : from Hippocrates and Harvey to molecular biology
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Can If inhibition help after myocardial infarction
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Atherosclerosis : from Egyptian mummies to immunemediated intraplaque inflammation
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How will genomic approaches translate into clinical applications in sudden cardiac death
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How can we reduce sudden death in the community
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Sudden cardiac death : risk factors, treatment, and prevention
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Can If inhibition help in congestive heart failure
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The control of heart rate: the physiology of the sinoatrial node and the role of the I f current
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