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Coronary heart disease during a 25-year follow-up

Juha Pekkanen

Coronary heart disease during a 25-year follow-up

risk factors and their secular trends in the Finnish cohorts of the Seven countries study

by Juha Pekkanen

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Published by Govt. Printing Centre in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Finland,
  • Finland.
    • Subjects:
    • Coronary heart disease -- Finland -- Epidemiology.,
    • Health risk assessment -- Finland.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 106-116.

      StatementJuha Pekkanen.
      SeriesHealth services research by the National Board of Health in Finland =, Lääkintöhallituksen tutkimuksia,, 45, Lääkintöhallituksen tutkimuksia ;, 45.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA989.F3 A2 no. 45, RA645.C68 A2 no. 45
      The Physical Object
      Pagination135, 5 p. :
      Number of Pages135
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2125595M
      ISBN 109518606161
      LC Control Number88186343

      See the associations between diet, risk factors and coronary heart disease rates in the 16 cohorts of the Seven Countries Study Early associations between cultures year and year follow-up. Coronary Heart Disease: Clinical, Pathological, Imaging, and Molecular Profiles presents a comprehensive picture of ischemic heart disease for practitioners, students, and investigators dealing with the varied facets of this complex subject. Individual chapters introduce the anatomy of the coronary blood vessels and cardiac development, while others consider current imaging modalities utilized Reviews: 1.

        Other recent publications from the Nurses’ Health Study and Health Professionals Follow-up Study find that higher, compared with lower SFA intake is associated with total and cardiovascular mortality10; but not with total coronary heart disease However, the devil is in the details: in these studies, those consuming higher SFAs also consume.   In patients with a history of heart disease, prediabetes was associated with a 36% increased risk of all-cause mortality and a 37% increased risk of cardiovascular disease, over an average follow-up time of around three years. However, no difference was seen for the risk of stroke.

      The Seven Countries Study is an epidemiological longitudinal study directed by Ancel Keys at what is today the University of Minnesota Laboratory of Physiological Hygiene & Exercise Science (LPHES). Begun in with a yearly grant of US$, from the U.S. Public Health Service, the study was first published in and then followed up on its subjects every five years thereafter. ABSTRACT. Purpose Plant-based nutrition achieved coronary artery disease (CAD) arrest and reversal in a small study. However, there was skepticism that this approach could succeed in a larger group of patients. The purpose of our follow-up study was to define the degree of adherence and outcomes of consecutive patient volunteers who received counseling to convert from a usual diet to plant.


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