Department of Medicine faculty members published more than 3,300 peer-reviewed articles in 2016-2017.
Effects of oral propranolol in normal subjects.
The effects of oral propranolol were evaluated in 10 normal volunteers. The resting heart rate decreased from the mean control value of 68 plus or minus 3.3 (SE) to 56 plus or minus 2.8 beats per minute (bpm) on propranolol (p smaller than 0.001, paired test). Mean systolic blood pressur also decreased from 125 plus or minus 5.0 to 114 plus or minus 4.2 mm Hg (p smaller than 0.03). Resting systolic time intervals were unaffected by propranolol. Mean maximal treadmill exercise tolerance time was not significantly altered by propranolol although the mean heart rate systolic blood pressure product a maximal exertion was markedly decreased (1.91 plus or minus 0.17 vs 2.62 plus or minus 0.17 times 10-4, p smaller than 0.004) . The nonsignificant effect of oral propranolol on resting systolic time intervals and maximum exercise tolerance despite significant changes in heart rate and blood pressure at rest and duringexercise stand in contrast to the reported effects of intravenous propranolol. Explantations for this difference between the effects of oral and intravenous propranolol in normal subjects are examined.View on PubMed
Primary care in the academic medical centers: A report of a survey by the AAMC.
Comparative effectiveness of exercise testing and continuous monitoring for detecting arrhythmias in patients with previous myocardial infarction.
Epithelial cell specialization within human Peyer's patches: an ultrastructural study of intestinal lymphoid follicles.
Rectal and pharyngeal gonorrhea in homosexual men.
Effect of experimental diabetes mellitus on kidney ribosomal protein synthesis.
Roentgenographic study of the human trachea with powdered tantalum.
Experimental exposure of human subjects to ozone.
MONITORING HUMAN EXPOSURES TO SULFUR DIOXIDE IN A BODY PLETHYSMOGRAPH.
Acute effects of inhalation of cigarette smoke on airway conductance.