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Editors: Franz Halberg, MD (USA) and R B Singh, MD (India)
Book Description:
This new yearbook presents important research in the field of cardiovascular research from around the world. Particular emphasis is placed on circadian medicine and its relationship to cardiovascular events as well as other new areas such as gene therapy in heart disease.



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Table of Contents:
Preface ix

Introducing a Journal and Its Editor-In-Chief
(Franz Halberg, Germaine Cornelissen, Halberg Chronobiology Center, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, US) pp, 1-16

Unseen Space Weather Also Relates to Cardiac Events
(Germaine Cornélissen, Franz Halberg, R.B. Singh and the International BIOsphere and the COSmos Project, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, US, Halberg Hospital and Research Institute, Moradabad, India) pp, 17-24

Myocardial Viability Evaluation by Delayed Contrast MRI
(Rakesh Sharma, and Ram B. Singh,Columbia University,New York,NY,US and others) pp, 25-32

Gene Therapy for Heart Disease
(Anjali Mohan,Independent Consultant in Internal Medicine,India) pp, 33-34

Dietary/Blood Cholesterol and Coronary Heart Disease
(F. De Meester, C. Gopalan and A. P. Simopoulos,F.DeMeester,C.Gopalan,A.P.Simopoulos,Belovo S.A.,Z.I., Belgium and others) pp, 35-38

Revascularization in Acute Myocardial Infarction Using Percusurge in Distal Protection Acronym: RAPID
(Keyur H. Parikh, Hetal D. Shah, Milan C. Chag, Urmil G. Shah, Hemang A. Baxi, Anish H. Chandarana, Ajay M. Naik, Gunvant T. Patel, Joyal N. Shah and Ramesh K. Goyal,Dept. of Pharmacology, L.M.College of Pharmacy Navrangpura,Gujarat,India and others) pp, 39-56

The Effect of an Alpha-Linolenic-Acid-Rich Diet on the Circadian Rhythm of Cardiac Events
(Gal Dubnov, Daniel Pella and Ram B. Singh,Dept. of Human Nutrition & Metabolism,Hebrew University,Hadassah Medical School,Jerusalem,Israel and others) pp, 57-66

Myocardium Viability Assessed by Delayed Contrast-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Patients with Severe Ischemic Heart Failure: A Comparison with Thallium SPECT and Dobutamine Echocardiography
(Yen-Wen Wu, Por-Jau Huang, Mao-Yuan Su, Lung-Chun Lin, Ruoh-Fang Yen,Yih-Sharng Chen, Chii-Ming Lee, Hsi-Yu Yu, Yi-Ting, Wang, Kai-Yuan Tzen and Wen-Yih I. Tseng,Dept. of Nuclear Medicine, Taipei, Taiwan and others) pp, 67-82

Beneficial Effects of Addition of Fenofibrate to Statin Therapy in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome after Percutaneous Coronary Interventions
(Hetal D. Shah, Keyur H. Parikh, Milan C. Chag, Urmil G. Shah, Hemang A. Baxi, Anish H. Chandarana, Ajay M. Naik, Joyal N. Shah, Kanan J. Shah and Ramesh K Goyal, L.M.College of Pharmacy, Navrangpura, India and others) pp, 83-94

Effects of Sildenafil in Cardiovascular Disease
(Ram B. Singh, Dasa Dudova, Daniel Pella, Shashi B. Gupta and Rakesh C. Kukreja, Halberg Hospital and Research Institute and Subharti Medical College, Moradabad,India and others) pp, 95-102

Aspirin Resistance: Need for a Specific, Rapid, Point-of-Care Assay
(Gundu H. R. Rao,Laboratory Medicine and Pathology,Lillehei Heart Institute,US) pp, 103-122

Circadian Cardiology
(B. Singh, Ashwaria Gupta, Daniel Pella, and Adarsh Kumar,Halberg Hospital and Research Institute,Moradabad,Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd.,Mumbai,India) pp, 123-158

Decreased Potential of Mitochondria May Increase Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
Dasa Dudova, Daniel Pella, Rajeev Kumar and Anant Madaan,Faculty of Medicine,Safaric University,Kosice,Slovakia and others) pp, 159-160

Not Only a Cold Climate but Also a Hot Climate Can Trigger Cardiac Events
(Daniel Pella, Dasa Dudova, Rajiv Kumar and S. B. Gupta,Faculty of Medicine,Safaric University,Kosice,Sklovakia and others) pp, 161-162

Scientific Session News from the American College of Cardiology, 54th Annual Scientific Session, Orlando, March 6-9, 2005. Trials Cover Stem Cells, Low LDL, Medication Effectiveness
(Dasa Dudova, Daniel Pella and Rafae Ryber,Faculty of Medicine,Safaric University,Kosice,Slovakia) pp, 163-166

Coronary Artey Disease: Risk Promoters, Pathophysiology and Prevention
(Reviewed by RB Singh, Professor of Medicine, Subharti Medical College, Editors, Gundu HR Rao, S.Thanikachalam) pp, 167-168

Trends in Atherosclerosis Research
(Reviewed by Chi-Woon Kong, Edited by Leon V.Clark) pp, 169-170

Focus on Atherosclerosis Research
(Reviewed by Chi-Woon Kong) pp, 171-172

Can Wild Whole Seeds Protect against Cardiovascular Disease?
(Viola Mechirova, Ram B. Singh, Fabien DeMeester, Ronald R.Watson, Lekh Juneja, Jan Fedacko and Daniel Pella,Faculty of Medicine,Safaric University,Kosice and others) pp, 173-176

Frontiers in Women’s Cardiovascular Health Prevention: What Have We Learned So Far?
(Rebecca M. Scandrett and Sandip K. Mukherjee,Cardio Vascular Fellow,Yale School of Medicne,US and others) pp, 177-204

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Methods in Cardiovascular Imaging: Experimental and Clinical Applications with Limitations
(Rakesh Sharma,Dept. of Medicine,Columbia University,New York,N.Y.USA) pp, 205-224

Physical Parameters Are Good Predictors of Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Male College Students of India
(Amit Bandyopadhyay,School of Health Sciences,University of Sains Malaysia,Kelantan) pp, 225-230

Human Coronary Artery Lesions: Magnetic Resonance Imaging, NMR Spectroscopy, Histopathology and Oxidative Stress Markers
(Rakesh Sharma and Ram B. Singh,Dept. of Medicine,Columbia University,New York,US) pp, 231-246

Human Carotid Artery: Segmentation Methods in Atherosclerosis Imaging
(Rakesh Sharma, Bharati D. Shrinivas and Avdhesh Sharma,Dept. of Medicine,Baylor College of Medicine,Houston,TX,US) pp, 247-272

Larger Circadian Amplitude of Heart Rate Associated with Active Prayer in Hindu Indians in Asia
(Ram B. Singh, Germaine Cornélissen, Adarsh Kumar, Srilakshmi Bathina, Franz Halberg,Halberg Hospital and Research Institute,Moradabad,India and others) pp, 273-276

Separate Cardiovascular Disease Risks: Circadian Hyper-Amplitude-Tension (Chat) and an Elevated Pulse Pressure
(Germaine Cornélissen, Franz Halberg, Kuniaki Otsuka and Ram B. Singh, University of Minnesota,Minneapolis,US and others) pp, 277-288

Home C-ABPM for Preventive and Curative Health Care and Transdisciplinary Science
(ranz Halberg, Germaine Cornélissen, Kuniaki Otsuka, Yoshihiko Watanabe, Ram B. Singh, Miguel Revilla, Salvador Sanchez de la Peña, Clicerio Gonzalez, Jarmila Siegelova, Pavel Homolka, Jiri Dusek, Michal Zeman, RK Singh, Dana Johnson and Bohumil Fiser,University of Minnesota,Minneapolis,USA and others) pp, 289-322

The Potential Benefits if Saponin from Canadian-Grown Fenugreek (Trigonella Foenum-Graecum L.) in Modifying Cholesterol Status
(Debangshu Bhaumick, Surya Acharya and Tapan K. Basu,University of Alberta,Edmonton,Alberta,Canada and others) pp, 323-330

Can Wild Whole Seeds Protect against Cardiovascular Disease?
(Viola Mechirova, Ram B. Singh, Fabien DeMeester, Ronald R. Watson, Lekh Juneja, Jan Fedacko and Daniel Pella,Faculty of Medicine,Safaric University,Kosice,Slovakia and others) pp, 331-334

Reducing Cardiovascular Disease Risk through Management of Hyperglycemia: Prospects and Pitfalls
(N. A. Abdella,Departments of Medicine,Kuwait University,Kuwait) pp, 335-348

Prevention of Ischemic Heart Disease in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus
(Hector Bueno,Hospital General Universitario "Gregorio Maranon",Dept. of Cardiology,Madrid,Spain) pp, 349-370

Ethnic Differences in Diet and Lifestyle Factors and Ambulatory Blood Pressure and Heart Rate in Asian Indians Living in United States
(Viola Vargoa, Viola Mechirova, Daniel Pella, Fabien De Meester, Lekh Juneja and Taiyo Kagaku,Faculty of Medicine,PJ Safaric University,Kosice,Slovakia and others) pp, 371-374

Acute Coronary Syndrome: A Progression of Pre-Metabolic Syndrome
(R. B. Singh Viola Vargoa, Viola Mechirova and Daniel Pella,Halberg Hospital and Research Institute,Moradabad,India and others) pp, 375-378

Continued 7-Day/24-Hour Monitoring Required In (MESOR) Hypertension and Other VVDs (Vascular Variability Disorders)
(Ranjana Singh, N. S. Verma, R. K. Singh, S. Singh, R. B. Singh, Rajesh K. Singh, O. Schwartzkopff , G. Cornelissen and F. Halberg,Departments of Biochemistry and Physiology,Chhatrapati Shahuji Maharaj Medical University,Lucknow,India and others) pp, 379-394

Modifying Effect of Punica Granatum Flowers on Lipids and Lipids-Metabolizing Enzymes Status in Streptozotocin Induced Diabetic Rats
(S. Manoharan, P. Ranezab Anishkumar,K. Panjamurthy, L. Vellaichamy and A. Linsa Mary,Dept. of Biochemistry and Biotechnology,Annamalai University,Tamil Nadu,India) pp, 395-404

Body Composition and Cardio-Vascular Status of Indian School Going Girls
(Anindita Mandal (Majee), Raja Peary Mohan College, Dist:Hooghly, West Bengal, India) pp, 405-414

Association of Increased Mortality with Underweight, Overweight and Obesity among Urban Decendents in North India, Dying Due to Various Causes
(Ram B. Singh, Surendra Singh, Vijendra Singh, Shelendra K. Kulshresth,Viola Michirova and Daniel Pella,Halberg Hospital and Research Institute,Moradabad Hindu College,India and others) pp, 415-424

Plasma Brain Natriuretic Peptide – An Independent Predictor of Mortality and Rehospitalization in Congestive Heart Failure – A Meta-Analysis
(Dragos Vesbianu, Carmen Vesbianu, Paul Bernsteinand Ruth Kouides) pp, 425-432

False Tendon Induced Subaortic Hypertrophy— A New Variant of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy?
(James Ker, Dept. of Physiology, University of Pretoria, Genina, South Africa) pp, 433-438

Cardiovascular Disease and Erectile Dysfunction: The Evolving Role of Phosphodiesterase-5-Inhibitors
(Ujjaini Khanderia and Randolph E. Regal, University of Michigan Health Systems, Ann Arbor, US) pp, 439-462

Index

   Series:
      Cardiology Research and Clinical Developments
      World Heart Research Yearbook
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012- October
   Pages: 7 x 10 483pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60741-881-8
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