30 August - 03 September 2014, Barcelona - Spain

Session Details

Poster session 4: Stable coronary artery disease
Mon 01 Sep 08:30 - 12:30 Angina pectoris stable Poster Session Poster area - Central Village

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08:30P3588Divergent effects of C338A polymorphism of endothelin-1 converting enzyme gene, on endothelin-1 levels is healthy subjects and in subjects with coronary artery diseaseEvangelos OIKONOMOU (Athens, GR)
08:30P3589Abnormalities of mineral metabolism: prevalence in coronary artery disease and relationship with plasma biomarkers and lipid levelsJose TUNON FERNANDEZ (Madrid, ES)
08:30P3590Effectiveness of different clinical risk scores to predict different outcomes in patients with coronary artery diseaseAcena ALVARO (Madrid, ES)
08:30P3591The predictive value of high-sensitive cardiac troponin I in stable coronary artery disease depends on age and other clinical variablesRocio CARDA BARRIO (Madrid, ES)
08:30P3592Deterioration of glucose tolerance over time may contribute to adverse prognostic effect of asymmetric dimethylarginine in stable coronary artery diseaseOlga KRUSZELNICKA (Krakow, PL)
08:30P3593The evaluation of reactive oxygen metabolites during intracoronary acetylcholine spasm provocation test in patients with vasospastic anginaTakahiko KIYOOKA (Oiso, JP)
08:30P3594Use of proton pump inhibitors predicts heart failure and death and is associated to increased plasma levels of galectin-3 and monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 in coronary artery diseaseJose TUNON FERNANDEZ (Madrid, ES)
08:30P3595Interaction between risk factors and fibrinogen genetic polymorphisms in patients admitted for stable angina pectoris: focus on underlying processes Nikolaos PAPAGEORGIOU (Athens, GR)
08:30P3596Higher levels of cardiac troponin t in patients with stable angina pectoris predict increased risk of myocardial infarctionVegard VAVIK (Bergen, NO)
08:30P3597Predictors of death and myocardial infarction in patients with refractory anginaNilson TAVARES POPPI (Sao Paulo, BR)