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Müller-Nordhorn J, Willich SN  
Triggering of acute coronary syndromes

Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 2000; 3 (2): 73-79

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Auslöser für akute Koronarsyndrome
Figure 1: Model of triggering of acute coronary syndromes (see text for details)

Keywords: Acute Coronary Syndromeakutes Koronarsyndromplaque rupturePlaquerupturSchema
Myokardinfarkt - Belastung
Figure 2: Physical activity at the onset of myocardial infarction. Adjusted odds ratios of physical activity states among patients with myocardial infarction compared with controls. Redrawn after [13]

Keywords: ActivityAktivitätBelastungDiagrammmyocardial infarctionMyokardinfarkt
Myokardinfarkt - Wut - Ärger - Emotion
Figure 3: Relative risk of myocardial infarction in the hours following an outburst of anger. The error bars indicate the 95 % confidence intervals; the dotted line represents the baseline risk. Redrawn after [18]

Keywords: angerDiagrammEmotionEmotionmyocardial infarctionMyokardinfarktWutÄrger
Plötzlicher Herztod - Erdbeben
Figure 4: Daily incidence of sudden cardiac deaths associated with an earthquake. A major earthquake occurred in Northridge, California, on January 17, 1994. Redrawn after [25]

Keywords: DiagrammearthquakeErdbebenplötzlicher Herztodsudden cardiac death
Myokardinfarkt - Krieg
Figure 5: Daily incidence of acute myocardial infarction associated with war threat in a Tel Aviv population from 8th to 25th January 1991, compared with the same period in 1990. Large arrow = beginning of the Gulf war; small arrows = missile attacks on Israel. Redrawn after [26]

Keywords: DiagrammIsraelIsraelKriegmyocardial infarctionMyokardinfarktTel AvivTel Avivwar
Myokardinfarkt - Tageszeit
Figure 6: Circadian variation in the onset of myocardial infarction. The upper panel shows the unadjusted circadian pattern of myocardial infarction (P < 0.01); the lower panel the circadian pattern adjusted for time of awakening. Redrawn after [9]

Keywords: circadian variationDiagrammmyocardial infarctionMyokardinfarktTageszeit
Myokardinfarkt - wöchentliche Verteilung
Figure 7: Weekly variation in the onset of myocardial infarction in a working (n = 884) and a non-working population (n = 1191) (1985–1990); grey bars = working (n = 884), white bars = non-working (n = 1191) * p < 0.05. Redrawn after [64]

Keywords: ArbeiterDiagrammmyocardial infarctionMyokardinfarktweekly variationWochentagworker
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