Heart Attack Prevention - References

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Heart Attack Prevention - References 151-200
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151 Rosalki SB, Rau D.
Serum gamma-glutamyl-transpeptidase activity in alcoholism.
Clin Chim Acta 1972; 39: 41-7

152 Rollason JG, Pincherle G, Robinson D.
Serum gamma-glutamyl-transpeptidase in relation to alcohol consumption.
Clin Chim Acta 1972; 39: 75-80

153 Whitehead TP, Pandov H, Clark PMS.
Gamma-glutamyl-transpeptidase and alcohol problems
Lancet 1977; ii: 1183-4

154 Penn R, Worthington DJ, Clarke CA, Whitfield AGW.
Gamma-glutamyl-transpeptidase and alcohol intake.
Lancet 1981; i: 894

155 Rosalki SB, Zilva JF.
Serum gamma-glutamyl-transpeptidase and alcoholism
Lancet 1977; ii: 1183-4

156 Kristenson H, Trell E, Fex G, Hood B.
Serum gamma-glutamyl-transpeptidase; statistical distribution in a middle-aged male population and evaluation of alcohol habits in individuals with elevated levels.
Prev Med 1980; 9: 108-19

157 Hyman J, Beaumont PB.
Identifying the problem drinker.
Occupational Safety and Health 1984; 14: 26-9

158 Maynard A.
Alcohol use; cost and benefits
Alcohol Concern 1985; 1: 2

159 Lucas G.
Alcohol in industry
BMJ 1987; 294: 460-1

      Alcohol and Accidents. RC Derney, Sigma Press 1986 £9.95

160 Emery M.
Alcohol and safety in industry.
J Soc Occup Med 1986; 36: 18-23

161 Perez-Soler R, Tornos Salomo C.
Gamma-glutamyl-transpeptidase and alcohol intake
Lancet 1981; i: 894

162 Chick J, Kreitman N, Plant M.
Mean cell volume and gamma-glutamyl-transpeptidase as markers in drinking in working men.
Lancet 1981; i: 1249-51

163 Leading Article
Screening tests for alcoholism?
Lancet 1980; ii: 1117-8

164 Whitehead TP, Clarke CA, Whitfield AGW.
Biochemical and haematological markers for alcohol intake.
Lancet 1978; i: 978-81

165 Mayfield D, McLeod G, Hall P.
The CAGE questionnaire; validation of a new alcoholism screening instrument.
Am J Psychiatry 1974; 131: 1121-23

166 Thomson GR
What should be done about asymptomatic hypercholesterolaemia?
BMJ 1991; 302: 605-6

167* Greenland P,Bowley NL, Meiklejohn B, Doane KL, Sparks CE.
Blood cholesterol concentration: Fingerstick versus venous serum sampling.
Clin Chem 1990; 36/4: 628-630

168* Boerma GJM, Gelderland J, van Gorp I, Leijnse B.
Use of the Reflotron system for cholesterol assay in capillary blood, venous blood and serum - Evaluation of accuracy and lot-to-lot reagent comparability.
Clin Chem 1988; 34/10: 2117-2119

169* Phillips S, Wyndham L, Shaw J, Walker SF.
How accurately does the Reflotron dry-chemistry system measure plasma total cholesterol levels when used as a community screening device?
The Med Journ of Australia 1988; 149: 122-125

170* Berry PA.
Letter dated 6/8/91 Boots Pharmaceuticals
Effect of Prothiaden on GGT.

179* Shaper AG.
Understanding Coronary Heart Disease.
Practice Nurse 1989: Dec; 307-310

180 Marmot M, Brunner E.
Alcohol and Cardiovascular Disease: the Staus of the U shaped Curve.
BMJ 1991; 303: 565-568

181 Rimm EB, Giovannucci EL, Willet WC, at alia.
Prospective Study of alcohol consumption and risk of coronary heart disease in men.
Lance 1991; 338: 464-468

182 Sorby NGD, Reavley W, Huber JW.
Self help programme for anxiety in general practice: controlled trial of an anxiety management booklet.
Br Journ Gen Pract 1991: 41; 417-420

183 Frankel S, Davison C, Davey Smith G.
Lay epidemiology and the rationality of responses to health education.
Br Journ Gen Pract 1991: 41; 428-430

184 Davison C, Smith GD, Frankel SJ.
Lay epidemiology and the prevention paradox - the implications of coronary candidacy for health education.
Sociol Health Illness 1991; 13: 329-340.

185 Oliver MF.
Should we not forget about mass control of coronary risk factors?
Lancet 1983; 2: 37-38

186 Mitchell JRA.
What constitutes evidence on the dietary prevention of coronary heart disease? Cosy beliefs or harsh facts.
Int J Cardiol 1984; 5: 287-298

187 McCormick J, Skrabanek P.
Coronary heart disease is not preventable by population interventions.
Lancet 1988; 2: 839-841

188 Nutbeam D, Smith GD.
Public attitudes and knowledge regarding coronary heart disease.
In: Catford JC(ed). Coronary heart disease prevention: action in the UK 1984-87. London: National forum for coronary heart disease prevention 1988.

189 Isles CG, Hole DJ, Gillis CR, et al.
Plasma cholesterol, coronary heart disease and cancer
in the Renfrew and Paisley survey.
BMJ 1989; 298: 920-924

190 Anonymous
Milk, butter and heart disease.
Lancet 1991; 337: 607

191 Curzio JL, Howie C, Kennedy S, et al.
Measurement of capillary cholesterol level in hyperlipidaemia.
Br Journ Gen Pract 1991; 41: 433

192 Haines A, Ramsey, Townsend J. Authors not checked
Title? Lipid diets not all they are cracked up to be
BMJ 1991; 303: 253-257

193 Family Heart Association
Gallup Survey

194* Horrabin D.
Gamma-glutamyl-transpeptidase levels
Personal communication 17/4/91

195 MRC
Smoking and teenage counselling - not exact title
BMJ 1991; 303: 947-50

196 Scientific Steering Committee of the Simon Broome Register Group
Risk of fatal coronary heart disease in familial hypercholesterolaemia
BMJ 1991; 303: 893-896

197* Chen Z, Peto R, Collins R, MacMahon S, Lu J, Li W.
Serum cholesterol concentration and coronary heart disease in a population with low cholesterol concentrations.
BMJ 1991; 303: 276-282

198* Who is for cholesterol testing?
Malcolm Aylett
BMJ 1989; 299: 180-1

199* Jackson R, Scragg R, Beaglehole R.
Alcohol consumption and risk of coronary heart disease
BMJ 1991; 303: 211-216

200 Authors unknown
JAMA 1919; 265: 3285-91

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