Neurohumoral Compensatory Mechanisms

The activation of neurohumoral compensatory mechanisms is a common physiological phenomenon in heart failure in order to make up for a failing heart, which will usually have a deteriorating effect on overall health condition. Discover the latest research on Neurohumoral Compensatory Mechanisms here.

January 16, 2022

Susceptibility to infections and adaptive immunity in adults with heart failure.

ESC Heart Failure
Ulrich SalzerClaudia Wehr
January 15, 2022
Review

Medical management of acute heart failure.

Faculty Reviews
Hayaan Kamran, W H Wilson Tang
January 15, 2022

[SGLT2 inhibitors and RAAS blockers : similarities, differences and complementarity].

Revue médicale de Liège
A J Scheen, P Delanaye
January 14, 2022

Determination of candesartan or olmesartan in hypertensive patient plasma using UPLC-MS/MS.

Translational and Clinical Pharmacology
Hyeon-Cheol JeongKwang-Hee Shin
January 14, 2022
Case Report
Open Access

Inappropriate sinus tachycardia-induced cardiomyopathy with severe functional mitral regurgitation and successful treatment with ivabradine.

Journal of Cardiology Cases
Taiji InamoriTomohiro Sakamoto
January 14, 2022

[Probability of acute heart failure in chronic kidney disease].

Revista médica del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social
Alberto Arce-ZepedaSalvador Ahued-Vázquez
January 14, 2022

Cardiovascular and kidney outcomes with finerenone in patients with type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease: the FIDELITY pooled analysis.

European Heart Journal
Rajiv AgarwalFIDELIO-DKD and FIGARO-DKD investigators
January 14, 2022
Review

Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction: recent concepts in diagnosis, mechanisms and management.

Heart
Andreas B GevaertHarriette G C Van Spall
January 12, 2022

Screening the Efficacy of Melatonin on Neurodegeneration Mediated by Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress, Inflammation, and Oxidative Damage.

Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Fathima Hajee Basha, S Hemalatha
January 12, 2022

Myocardial infarction reduces cardiac nociceptive neurotransmission through the vagal ganglia.

JCI Insight
Siamak SalavatianMarmar Vaseghi
January 12, 2022

Associations between Calcium Channel Blockers Therapy and Mortality in Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction.

European Journal of Preventive Cardiology
Xinyi WangKeji Chen
January 10, 2022
Review

Calcium channel blockers versus other classes of drugs for hypertension.

The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
Jiaying ZhuLi He
January 11, 2022
Open Access

Relationships Between Cardiovascular Autonomic Profile and Work Ability in Patients With Pure Autonomic Failure.

Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
Antonio R ZamunérFranca Barbic
January 11, 2022
Open Access

Melatonin-Medicated Neural JNK3 Up-Regulation Promotes Ameloblastic Mineralization.

Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology
Qianhui RenFang Ji

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