ESC CONGRESS 2015

29 August - 02 September 2015, London - United Kingdom

Session Details

Poster session 7: Diet and exercise: prevention begins here
Tue 01 Sep 14:00 - 18:00 Cardiovascular prevention: interventions and outcomes Poster Session Poster area - Poster Area

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14:00P6471Randomized study of 30 days of resveratrol and caloric restriction on serum levels of sirtuin-1 in healthy subjects.Antonio De Padua MANSUR (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
14:00P6472Can we LEARN to be effective in reducing obesity-related cardiovascular risk in women? conventional vs internet-based program administration: interim analysisCaroline BALL (Rochester, United States of America)
14:00P6473J-shaped curve relationship of daily salt excretion and electrocardiographic left ventricular hypertrophy in first-visit outpatientsFumihiko TAKAHASHI (Rumoi, Japan)
14:00P6476Increased consumption of fat and carbohydrates is associated with severe coronary artery diseaseEvagelos ECONOMOU (Athens, Greece)
14:00P6477Aerobic high-intensity exercise training improves coronary flow reserve velocity and endothelial function in individuals with chest pain and normal coronary angiogramAlf Inge LARSEN (Stavanger, Norway)
14:00P6478Acute effects of energy drink consumption on endothelial function Cansin TULUNAY KAYA (Ankara, Turkey)
14:00P6479Previous exercise training improves the lipid profile and the autonomic modulation in a model of menopauseChristiane MALFITANO (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
14:00P6480Natural antioxidant ice-cream improves vascular function and exercise performance in healthy subjects. Davide FRANCOMANO (Rome, Italy)
14:00P6481Does statin therpy unfavourably influence healthy lifestyle? the results of the lipidogram surveyMaciej BANACH (Lodz, Poland)
14:00P6474Plasma levels of c-type natriuretic peptide in normal, overweight and obese young population.Silvia DEL RY (Pisa, IT)
14:00P6475Real-time longitudinal monitoring of patients diet, exercise and weight loss has substantial positive effects on metabolic syndrome parameters. Katie Anne WALSH (Cork, IE)