Heart Attack Prevention - References

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Heart Attack Prevention - References 51-100
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51 Clinical Biochemistry Near the Patient
Marks V, Alberti KGMM (eds) (KGMMA Newcastle)
London Bailliere Tindall 1986

52* Essential Considerations in the Provision of near patient Testing Facilities
Marks V
Ann Clin Biochem 1988; 25: 220-225

53* Identification and Treatment of Risk Factors for Coronary Heart Disease in General Practice: A Possible Screening Model
Jones A, Davies DH, Dove JR, et al (GPs at Swansea)
Br Med J 1988; 296: 1711-1714

55* Assessment of a Screening Method for Heart Disease.
Gorman DR
Fam Pract 1988; 5: 297-301

56 Quality of Plasma Cholesterol Measurements in Primary Care
Broughton PMG, Bullock DG, Cramb R
Br Med J 1989; 298: 297-298

57 Blood Cholesterol: Is Population Screening Warranted in the United Kingdom?
Smith WCS, Kenicer MB, Davis AM, et al
Lancet 1989; 1: 372-373

58 Population Screening for Serum Cholesterol
Richter CD, Bailey AR
Lancet 1989; 1: 547-548

59 Title Uncertain - concerning reduction in risk on stopping smoking
Lynn Rosenberg
New Eng J Med ?Jan 1990

60 Alcoholism: a controlled trial of 'treatment' and 'advice'
Edwards G et alia
J Stud Alcohol 1977; 38:1004-31
Simple advice with little follow-up achieves as much as intensive conventional treatment.

61 The hidden alcoholic in general practice
Wilkins RH
London: Elke Science 1974; Ch 3
Screening using a list of at risk indicators.

62 Patients' response to a self administered questionnaire.
Wallace P, Haines A
BMJ 1985; 290: 1949-53
10% of people expressed concern about drinking levels

63* Social Diseases
Keith Palmer
Practitioner 1990; 234; 164-5

64* Primary Prevention
Deryck Taylor
Practitioner 1990; 234: 168 -70

65 Can Health Screening Damage Your Health?
Stoate H
JRCGP 1989, 39, 193-195

66 Mortality Rates After 10.5 years for Participants in the Multiple Risk Factor Intervention Trial (MRFIT).
The MRFIT Research Group
JAMA 1990;253:1795-1801

67 Consensus Conference - Lowering Blood Cholesterol to Prevent Heart Disease.
JAMA 1985;253:2080-6

68 Rose G, Tunstall-Pedoe H, Heller R.
The United Kingdom Heart Disease Prevention Project. Incidence and Mortality Rates.
Lancet 1983;1:1062-1065

69 The Prevalence of Premature Coronary Heart Disease
British Cardiac Society Working Group on Coronary Heart Disease Prevention.
Br Heart J 1987;57:188-9

70 Serum Cholesterol, Blood pressure and Mortality: Implications from a Cohort of 361,662 Men
Martin MJ, Hulley SB, Browner WS, Kuller LH, Wentworth D
Lancet 1986;ii:933-6

71 Increased Absenteeism from Work after detection and labelling of Hypertensive Patients.
Haynes R, Sackett D, Taylor D, et al
New Eng J Med 1978;299:741-744

72 A Controlled Trial of Multiphasic Screening in Middle Age - Results of the South East London Screening Study.
The South East London Study Group
Int J Epidemiol 1977;6:357-363

73 Manual of General Health Questionaires
Goldberg P
Windsor NFER-Nelson 1978

74 Some Principles of Early Diagnosis and Detection.
Wilson JMG Teeling-Smith G (ed) Surveillance and Early Diagnosis in General Practice. 1965
Office of Health Economics Press London pp 5-10

75 Screening in General Practice.
Hart CR
Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh 1975

76 Principles and Practice of Screening for Disease.
Wilson JMG and Junger G
Geneva WHO 1968

77 Diet and Cardiovascular Disease
Committee on Medical Aspects of Food Policy
DHSS Report on Health & Social Subjects No 28
HMSO London 1984

78 Proposals for Nutritional Guidelines for Health Education in Britain
National Advisory Committee on Nutrition Education
HEC London 1983

79 Risk Assessment: its Role in the Prevention of coronary heart disease
Recommendations of the scientific and medical advisory committee
The Coronary Prevention Group
Br Med Jour 1987:295;1246

80 Charles Chittenden et alia
Journ Amer Acad Actuaries 1990 ?May

81 Dr Brian Shaw, Glasgow quoted in Pulse May 90

82* Craig Lefebvre R, Gubata P, Ronan A, Carleton RA.
Variation in the Reflotron method of cholesterol measurement.
Amer J Cardiol 1990; 65: 916-7.

83* Current status of blood cholesterol measurement in clinical laboratories in the United States: a report from the laboratory standardization panel of the national cholesterol education program.
Clin Chem 1988; 34: 193-201.

84* Cholesterol Screening: Consensus development statement.

84a Norwich Health Authority. Undated (received 22/6/90)

85* Risk Assessment in the Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease
The Coronary Prevention Group
A Policy Statement 14/2/90

86 Bonithon-Kopp C, Scarabin P-Y, Darne B et alia.
Menopause related changes in lipoproteins and some other cardiovascular risk factors.
Int J Epidemiol 1990; 19: 42-47

87 Penn R, Worthington DJ.
Is serum gamma glutamyl transferase a misleading test?
BMJ 1983; 280: 531-5

88* Marteau TM.
Screening in practice: reducing the psychological costs.
BMJ 1990; 301: 26-28

89 Passive Smoking
BMJ 1989; 299: 423-427

90 Morris JN, Clayton DG, Everitt MG
Exercise at liesure time: Coronary attack and death rates
Br Heart J 1990; 63: 325-333

91 Author unknown
Obesity and coronary heart disease
N Engl J Med 1990; 322: 882-889

92 Author unknown
Screening for Alzheimers disease
Lancet 1990; 335: 747-750

93* Muldoon MF, Manuck SB, Matthews KA
Lowering Cholesterol Concentration and mortality: a quantitative review of primary prevention trials.
Brit Med J 1990; 301: 309-314

94 Sytkowski PA, Kannel WB, D'Agostino RB
Changes in risk factors and the decline in mortality from cardiovascular disease.
N Engl J Med 1990; 322(23): 1635-1641

95 Authors ??
Self Motivation to Stop Smoking
J Amer Med Assoc 1990; 263: 2760-2765

96* Naughton MJ, Luepker RV, Strickland D.
The Accuracy of Portable Cholesterol Analysers in public screening programmes.
J Am Med Assoc 1990; 263: 1213-1217

97 Benfante R, Reed D.
Is Elevated Serum Cholesterol Level a risk Factor for Coronary Heart Disease in the Elderly?
J Am Med Assoc 1990; 263: 393-396

98* Bonna K, Arnesen E, Thelle DS, Forde OH.
Coffee and Cholesterol: Is it all im the Brewing? The Tromso Study.
BMJ 1988; 297: 1103-1104

99 Leitch D.
BMJ 1989; 298: 1611 page may be incorrect

100 Francis J, Roche M, Mat D, Jones L, Fullard E.
Would primary health care workers give appropriate dietary advice after cholesterol screening?
BMJ 1989; 298: 1620

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