Guide To Further Reading

ABC of heart failure. (A series of 8 articles by various authors, in the British Medical Journal, beginning with 2000 320: 39-42) Burnier M, Brunner H R 2000 Angiotensin II receptor antagonists. Lancet 355: 637-645

Eisenberg M S, Mengery J 2001 Cardiac resuscitation.

New England Journal of Medicine 344:1304-1313 Grace A A, Camm A J 1998 Quinidine. New England

Journal of Medicine 338: 35-45 Hauptman P J, Kelly R A1999 Digitalis. Circulation

99:1265-1270 Huikuri H V, Castellanos A, Myerburg R J 2001 Sudden death due to cardiac arrhythmias. New England Journal of Medicine 345:1473-1482 Hunter J J, Chien K R 1999 Signaling pathways for cardiac hypertrophy and failure. New England Journal of Medicine 341:1276-1283 Mangrum J M, DiMarco J P 2000 The evaluation and management of bradycardia. New England Journal of Medicine 342: 703-709 Morady F 1999 Radio-frequency ablation as treatment for cardiac arrhythmias. New England Journal of Medicine 340: 534-544 Northridge D 1996 Frusemide or nitrates for acute heart failure? [see comments] Lancet 347: 667-668 Peters N S et al 2002 Atrial fibrillation: strategies to control, combat and cure. Lancet 359:593-603 Pitt B et al 2000 Effect of losartan compared with Captopril on mortality in patients with symptomatic heart failure: randomised trial — the Losartan Heart Failure Survival Study ELITE II. [see comments] Lancet 355:1582-1587 Podrid P J 1999 Redefining the role of antiarrhythmic drugs. New England Journal of Medicine 340: 1910-1912

Roy D et al 2000 Amiodarone to prevent recurrence of atrial fibrillation. Canadian Trial of Atrial Fibrillation Investigators. New England Journal of Medicine 342: 913-920 Schrier R W, Abraham W T 1999 Hormones and haemodynamics in heart failure. New England Journal of Medicine 341: 577-585 Squire I B, Barnett D B 2000 The rational use of ß-adrenoceptor blockers in the treatment of heart failure. The changing face of an old therapy. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 49:1-9

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