Heart Attack Prevention - References

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Heart Attack Prevention - References301-350
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301* He Y, Lam TH, Li LS, Li LS, Du RY, Jia GL, Huang JY, Zheng JS.
Passive smoking at work as a risk factor for coronary heart disease in Chinese women who have never smoked.
BMJ 1994; 308: 380-383

302* Cook DG, Whincup PH, Jarvis MJ, Strachan DP, Papacosta O, Bryant A.
Passive exposure to tobacco smoke in children aged 5-7 years: individual, family and community factors.
BMJ 1994; 308: 384-388

303* Musk AW, Shean R, Walker N, Swanson M.
Progress on smoking control in Western Australia.
BMJ 1994; 308: 395-397

304* Clayton GM.
The TAKEHEART Health Check

Royal College of General Practitioners, East Anglia Faculty Newsletter March 1994 p2

305* European Atherosclerosis Society.
A desktop guide to the management of risk factors for coronary heart disease. A summary of:- Prevention of coronary heart disease - scientific background and new clinical guidelines.
Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Disease 1992; 2: 113-156

306 Epidemiology and Community Health 1994; 48: 22-25

307* Liability for electronic medical information systems
Hayes GM.
Proceedings Annual Conference PHCSG 1993 p34-38

308 Loss of employment and mortality
Morris JK, Cook DG, Shaper AG
BMJ 1994; 308: 1135-9

309* Effectiveness of health checks conducted by nurses in primary care: redults of the OXCHECK study after one year.
Muir J, Mant D, Jones L, Yudkin P.
BMJ 1994; 308: 308-12

310* Randomised controlled trial evaluating cardiovascular screening and intervention in general practice: principal results of British family heart study.
Wood DA, Kinmouth A, Pyke SDM, Thompson SG
BMJ 1994; 308: 313-20

311 World Health Organisation Research Project
Circulation 1994 quoted in GP 15/7/94 p2

312 Impact of Stopping Smoking on Deaths from coronary heart disease, chronic obstructive airways disease and lung cancer.
British Journal of Medical Economics June 1994

313* British Heart Foundation
Fact File - Insurance and Heart Disease 2/1994

314 Lew EA, Gajewski J (editors)
Medical risks: Patterns of mortality by age and Time Elapsed (The Framingham Study p 6-73 to 6-76) New York: Praeger 1990 (quoted in 313)

315* Pickersgill D.E
Different Rates for general practitioner hours
Financial Pulse 1994; 8-22 August

316 Doll R, et alia
Mortality in relation to smoking: 40 years observations on male British doctors.
BMJ 1994; 309: 901-11

317 Doll R, et alia
Mortality in relation to consumption of alcohol: 13 years observations on male British doctors.

318* Julian D, et alia
Lancet 19/11/94 Quoted in Pulse 26/11/94

319 Diagnostics Intelligence 1st November 1994; 6(11): 10-11

320* Adrienne Cullum
The Link Between Diet and coronary heart disease
The Practitioner 1994; 238: 855-858

321* Council Guidance
Cholesterol testing in the pharmacy
The Pharmaceutical Journal 1994; 253: 684

322 Cholesterol Screening & Treatment
Effective Health Care No 6 1993

323*Scandinavian Simvastatin Survival Study Group (4S)
Randomised Trial of Cholesterol Lowering in 4,444 patients with Coronary Artery Disease.
Lancet 1994; 344: 1383-89

324 Vartianen et Alia
Serum cholesterol concentration and mortality from accidents, suicide and other violent causes.
Br Med J 1994; 309: 445-7

325 Betteridge DJ.
Primary and secondary prevention trials of lipid lowering.
In Cardiovascular Risk Factors and Intervention. (Poulter et al ed) pp 315-323. Oxford: Radcliffe Medical Press 1993

326 Smith DG.
Cholesterol lowering and mortality: the importance of considering the initial level of risk.
Br Med J 1993; 306: 1367-73
(Editorial by MG Dunningham p 1355)

327 Forsyth R. Waller A.
Making your point: principles of visual design for computer aided slide & poster presentation.
Archives of Disease in Childhood 1995; 72: 80-4

328 Kannel WB, Wolfe PA, McGee DL, Dawber TR, McNamara P, Castelli WP.
Systolic blood pressure, arterial rigidity and risk of stroke. The Framingham Study.
JAMA 1981; 245: 1225-9

329 Rutan GH, Kuller LH, Neaton JD, Wentworth DN, McDonald RH, Smith WM.
Mortality associated with diastolic hypertension and isolated systolic hypertension among men screened for the Multiple Risk Factor Intervention Trial.
Circulation 1988; 77: 504-14

330 Peart S, Brennan PJ, Broughton P et al.
Medical Research Council trial of treatment of hypertension in the elderly programme: principal results
BMJ 1993; 304: 405-12

331 Sever P, Beevers DG, Bulpitt C et al
Measurement guidelines in essential hypertension: report of the second Working Party of the British Hypertension Society.
BMJ 1993; 306: 983-7

332 Thompson GR
Br Heart J 1995; 74: 343-7

333 Strandberg TE et al
Br Heart J 1995; 74: 449-54

334 Hunt L.
"Women warned that heart disease is biggest killer"
The Independent 1995; Sept 1st: p8

335 British Heart Foundation
'Women and Heart Disease' 1995

336 Royal College of Physicians
Medical Aspects of Exercise: Benefits and Risks.
RCP London 1991

337 Morris JN.
Exercise in the Prevention of coronary heart disease: Today' best buy in public health.
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 1994; 26: 807-814

338 Iliffe S, See Tai S, Gould M, et alia
Prescribing Exercise in General Practice.
BMJ 1994; 309: 494-5

339* The Times 27/12/95 p7 T.Stuttaford
Quoting "Care of the Elderly" December 1995

340 "Researchers at Glasgow University" Quoted in GP 5/1/96
BMJ 16th December 1995

341* "Keeping Business Healthy"
Pamphlet from the Health Education Authority Business Unit
Received January 1996

342 JAMA Febrary 14th 1996
Quoted in Pulse 24/2/96 p38

343 Langham S et al
Costs and cost effectiveness of health checks conducted by nurses in Primary Care: the Oxcheck study.
BMJ 1996; 312: 1265-1268

344 Wonderling D et al
Costs and cost effectiveness of cardiovascular screening and interventions: the British family heart study.
BMJ 1996; 312: 1269-1273

345 What can be concluded from the Oxcheck and British family heart studies: commentary on cost-effectiveness analyses.
BMJ 1996; 312: 1274-1278

346 Health Survey for England 1994 (1996)

347 Isles CG et al
Risk factors for coronary disease and stroke in men and women.
Quarterly Journal of Medicine 1996; 89: 343-349

348 Rawle M
Women and the risk of coronary heart disease
GP 14/6/1996 page 83

349 Smith WC et al
Control of blood pressure in Scotland: the rule of halves.
BMJ 1990; 300: 981-3

350 Subcommittee of WHO-ISH Mild Hypertension Liason Committee
Summary of 1993 WHO-ISH of hypertension guidelines for the management of mild hypertension.
BMJ 1993; 307: 1541-6

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