A study of the electrocardiographic evidence of ischaemic heart disease in Kashmir.

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A study of the electrocardiographic evidence of ischaemic heart disease in Kashmir.

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Title: A study of the electrocardiographic evidence of ischaemic heart disease in Kashmir.
Author: Thussu, D.N (Scholar); Kaul, S (Guide)
Abstract: The study investigates the electrocardiographic evidence of ischemic heart disease in Kashmir. The study covers 150 normal adults, 45 of them had a sure or doubtful history of previous angina pectoris and were subjected to E.C.G examination, at rest, and after exercise test. It reveals that 4 of the 45 patients with suspected history of angina have positive E.C.G findings. This is also true about 5 of the later group findings and 10 of these subsequently show positive E.C.G. changes. After exercise 128 cases with normal resting of E.C.G 19 (14.8) reveals presence of coronary artery disease. The important signs on exercise E.C.G identified by researcher are: S-T Segment depression, inverted T waves nearly equal in all leads, T-U segment depression. It further reveals that coronary artery disease has no relation to socio-economic status or community of the subjects. However, chest pain leads to give more positive information during exercises and does not have any correlation to subsequent E.C.G findings
URI: http://dspaces.uok.edu.in/handle/1/511
Date: 1967


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