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Nutritional prevention of cardiovascular disease : proceedings of the Symposium on Nutritional Prevention of Cardiovascular Diseases held in Kyoto, Japan, October 31, 1983 / edited by Walter Lovenberg, Yukio Yamori.

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Subject: Cardiovascular system > Diseases > Nutritional aspects > Congresses.
Cardiovascular system > Diseases > Nutritional aspects > Animal models > Congresses.
Cardiovascular system > Diseases > Diet therapy > Congresses.
Genre: Electronic books.

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  • ISBN: 9781483269146
  • ISBN: 1483269140
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (433 pages)
  • Publisher: Orlando, FL : Academic Press, 1984.

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General Note: Discussion.
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Front Cover; Nutritional Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgments; Part I: Experimented Approach to Nutritional Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease; CHAPTER 1. CELLULAR MECHANISMS RELATING SALT TO HYPERTENSION; I. CELLULAR MECHANISMS OF MINERALOCORTICOID ACTION; II. CELLULAR MECHANISMS RELATING ALTERED SODIUM METABOLISM TO CHANGES IN VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCLE FUNCTION; III. RELATED EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 2. PRESENT VIEWS ON SALT SENSITIVITY IN EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS AND MAN; REFERENCES.
CHAPTER 3. POSSIBLE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NUTRITION AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALSSUMMARY; References; CHAPTER 4. EFFECTS OF HIGH LIPID DIET ON ARTERIONECROSIS AS THE CAUSE OF HYPERTENSIVE CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE; I. INTRODUCTION; II. ARTERIONECROSIS; III. EXPERIMENTAL ARTERIONECROSIS; IV. HEALING OF MMCN; V. PREVENTION OF MMCN; VI. OCCLUDED ARTERIONECROSIS; SUMMARY; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 5. NUTRITIONAL CAUSATION AND PREVENTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES -- EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE IN ANIMAL MODELS AND MAN; I. INTRODUCTION; II. ANIMAL MODELS FOR STUDIES ON PREVENTION.
III. EFFECT OF SALT AND CELLULAR MECHANISMS OF SALT SENSITIVITYIV. PREVENTIVE EFFECT OF PROTEIN; V. BENEFICIAL EFFECT OF LIPID AND FATTY ACIDS; VI. CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 6. TAURINE AND EXPERIMENTAL HYPERTENSION; I. INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER 7. A STUDY ON SUBSTANCES CAUSING VESSEL INJURY RELATED TO HYPERTENSION IN THE SUCROSE FEEDING OF SHRSp AND SHR; INTRODUCTION; EXPERIMENT I : NATURAL HISTORY IN SHsp AND SHR; EXPERIMENT II : COMPARISON OF SERUM AND AORTIC VESSEL CONSTITUENTS AMONG THREE KINDS OF FEED; DISCUSSION; REFERENCES.
Part II: Epidemiological Studies of Regional Differences in Cardiovascular Disease and Dietary Risk FactorsCHAPTER 8. RECENT TRENDS OF CORONARY HEART DISEASE IN JAPAN IN RELATION TO DIETARY ALTERATIONS; INTRODUCTION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 9. MASS SPECTROMETRY ANALYSIS OF EICOSAPENTAENOIC ACIDS IN THE SERUM OF JAPANESE LIVING ON ISOLATED ISLANDS AND FARMING VILLAGES; I. INTRODUCTION; II. METHODS; III. RESULTS; IV. DISCUSSION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 10. BLOOD PRESSURE AND DIETARY FACTORS AMONG FARMERS IN NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN CHINA; I. INTRODUCTION; II. METHODS; III. RESULTS; IV. DISCUSSION.
Acknowledgementsreferences; chapter 11. dietary factors of hypertension; introduction; the role of diet in hypertension; east african observations; the dietary evidence; conclusions; references; chapter 12. nutritional factors and cardiovascular diseases in the greek islands heart study; introduction; materials and methods; results; discussion; acknowledgments; references; chapter 13. migration, hypertension, and pacific perspectives for prevention; introduction; discussion; acknowledgments; references; chapter 14. diet, blood pressure and multicollinearity; introduction; methods; results.
Summary: Nutritional Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease presents studies on the important the role of nutrition in cardiovascular disease. The book contains 37 chapters organized into four parts. Part I contains papers on experimental approaches to nutritional prevention of cardiovascular disease. These include studies on cellular mechanisms relating salt to hypertension; salt sensitivity in experimental animals and man; and the relationship between nutrition and cardiovascular disease in experimental animals. Part II presents epidemiological studies of regional differences in cardiovascular disease.
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