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Death of the Heart


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Death of the Heart, The

Death of the Heart, The (1938)

Motherless Child: The Death of the Heart (1938)

Atrial fibrillation, ischaemic heart disease, and the risk of death in patients with heart failure

The effect of brain death on cardiovascular function in rats. Part I. Is the heart damaged?

Commentary: The hormone replacement–coronary heart disease conundrum: is this the death of observational epidemiology?

Accumulation of risk markers predicts the incidence of sudden death in patients with chronic heart failure

Effect of carvedilol and metoprolol on the mode of death in patients with heart failure

Cancer Surpasses Heart Disease as Leading Cause of Death for All But the Very Elderly

Mode of death in patients with newly diagnosed heart failure in the general population

Metabolic aspects of programmed cell survival and cell death in the heart

450 How to assess the risk of sudden cardiac death in patients with postinfarction heart failure?

AMPK and TNF-α at the crossroad of cell survival and death in ischaemic heart

Hyperglycaemia protects the heart after myocardial infarction: aspects of programmed cell survival and cell death

ICDs in Chagas heart disease: the standard treatment for secondary prevention of sudden death

Sudden arrhythmic death syndrome: familial evaluation identifies inheritable heart disease in the majority of families

Heart rhythm at the time of death documented by an implantable loop recorder

Physiological changes after brain stem death and management of the heart-beating donor

Body mass index, prognosis and mode of death in chronic heart failure: Results from the Valsartan Heart Failure Trial☆

 

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A novel by E. Bowen, published in 1938.

Portia Quayne has had a vagrant, intimate childhood with her mother, who has died. The 16-year-old orphan has come to live with ...

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Elizabeth Bowen (1899—1973) writer


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