Alprazolam's protective effect does not result solely from its mood-calming capacilities, he maintains, citing studies at the University of Texas Southern Medical Center in Dallas, in which aspirin combined with the sedative diazepam (Valium) did not ward off coronary thrombosis
in patients recovering from heart attacks.
Novello, who died in 1951 from a coronary thrombosis
, lives on through the Ivor Novello Awards - 'The Ivors'.
Mrs Bowe had been staying overnight in Highbury Avenue, Middlesbrough, and had surgery to her hip, but died two days later of coronary thrombosis
- a blockage in the main artery.
Her father contracted lung cancer and died the following year of a coronary thrombosis
, probably precipitated by his operation.
The 60-year-old's death certificate says she died from coronary thrombosis
- a blood clot in the heart.
In ACS, the accepted cause of acute MI is a plaque disruption, or fissuring, leading to coronary thrombosis
with or without vasospasm, and thereby intermittent or persistent coronary occlusion.
Shipman, the jury were told, certified the cause of death as coronary thrombosis
and ischaemic heart disease.
Pathologist Dr Iain West told an inquest in London on Friday the cause of death was coronary thrombosis
, caused by a blood clot in an artery.
GlobalData's clinical trial report, "Coronary Thrombosis
Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2011," provides data on the Coronary Thrombosis
clinical trial scenario.
Atherosclerotic plaque rupture and subsequent coronary thrombosis
are the main reasons for acute coronary syndromes.
In 1952, a funeral was held at Windsor Castle for Britain's King George VI, who had died nine days earlier from coronary thrombosis
in his sleep at the age of 56.
Read the full report: Coronary Thrombosis
Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2014 https://www.