Member of the Association of American Physicians
Edmund H. Sonnenblick focuses on Internal medicine, Cardiology, Ventricle, Heart failure and Anesthesia. His Internal medicine study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Diabetes mellitus and Endocrinology. His Cardiology study typically links adjacent topics like Heart rate.
His Ventricle research integrates issues from Ejection fraction, Circulatory system, Cardiac cycle, Myocyte and Dilated cardiomyopathy. The concepts of his Heart failure study are interwoven with issues in Cardiac index and Intensive care medicine. His research integrates issues of Stroke volume, Pulmonary artery and Systole in his study of Anesthesia.
His main research concerns Internal medicine, Cardiology, Heart failure, Endocrinology and Anesthesia. His study in Contractility, Ventricle, Blood pressure, Hemodynamics and Inotrope is carried out as part of his studies in Internal medicine. Edmund H. Sonnenblick has included themes like Diastole and Heart rate in his Cardiology study.
In the field of Heart failure, his study on Pulmonary wedge pressure overlaps with subjects such as In patient. His Endocrinology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cardiomyopathy and Isometric exercise. His work in Anesthesia covers topics such as Coronary circulation which are related to areas like Ischemia.
Edmund H. Sonnenblick mainly investigates Internal medicine, Cardiology, Heart failure, Myocyte and Endocrinology. His research brings together the fields of Diabetes mellitus and Internal medicine. His studies deal with areas such as Diabetic cardiomyopathy and Pathogenesis as well as Diabetes mellitus.
Edmund H. Sonnenblick usually deals with Cardiology and limits it to topics linked to Heart rate and Heart contractility. His studies in Heart failure integrate themes in fields like Hemodynamics, Angiotensin-converting enzyme, Angiotensin II and Intensive care medicine. The Myocyte study combines topics in areas such as Ventricle, Apoptosis, Ventricular remodeling, Muscle hypertrophy and Hyperplasia.
Internal medicine, Myocyte, Heart failure, Cardiology and Endocrinology are his primary areas of study. His research in Internal medicine is mostly focused on Valsartan. His Myocyte study combines topics in areas such as Ventricle, Programmed cell death, Phosphorylation, Contractility and Superoxide.
He combines subjects such as Angiotensin II, Muscle hypertrophy, Angiotensin-converting enzyme and Intensive care medicine with his study of Heart failure. His Heart rate research extends to Cardiology, which is thematically connected. His study in Endocrinology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Protein kinase B and Calcium metabolism, Endoplasmic reticulum, Calcium, Phospholamban.
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Apoptotic and necrotic myocyte cell deaths are independent contributing variables of infarct size in rats.
J. Kajstura;Wei Cheng;K. Reiss;W. A. Clark.
Laboratory Investigation (1996)
Stretch-induced programmed myocyte cell death.
W Cheng;B Li;J Kajstura;P Li.
Journal of Clinical Investigation (1995)
Influence of the Thyroid State on the Intrinsic Contractile Properties and Energy Stores of the Myocardium
Robert A. Buccino;James F. Spann;Peter E. Pool;Edmund H. Sonnenblick.
Journal of Clinical Investigation (1967)
Dependence of ventricular distensibility on filling of the opposite ventricle.
RR Taylor;JW Covell;EH Sonnenblick;J Ross.
American Journal of Physiology (1967)
Oxygen consumption of the heart: Newer concepts of its multifactoral determination
Edmund H. Sonnenblick;John Ross;Eugene Braunwald.
American Journal of Cardiology (1968)
Altered myocardial mechanics in diabetic rats.
F S Fein;L B Kornstein;J E Strobeck;J M Capasso.
Circulation Research (1980)
Dobutamine: a new synthetic cardioactive sympathetic amine.
Edmund H. Sonnenblick;William H. Frishman;Thierry H. LeJemtel.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1979)
Velocity of contraction as a determinant of myocardial oxygen consumption
Edmund H. Sonnenblick;John Ross;James W. Covell;Gerard A. Kaiser.
American Journal of Physiology (1965)
Microvascular spasm in the cardiomyopathic Syrian hamster: a preventable cause of focal myocardial necrosis.
S M Factor;T Minase;S Cho;R Dominitz.
Control of myocardial oxygen consumption: relative influence of contractile state and tension development.
Thomas P. Graham;James W. Covell;Edmund H. Sonnenblick;John Ross.
Journal of Clinical Investigation (1968)
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