Affiliation: National Medical Center
- Hypertriglyceridemia, the coronary heart disease risk marker "solved"A Csaszar
Department of Medicine, National Medical Center, Budapest, Hungary
Acta Physiol Hung 92:109-20. 2005..The VA-HIT study, enrolling the largest number of patients, has shown that fibrates have another effect, presumably influencing the insulin resistance independently of lipid levels that is also able to reduce the CHD events...
- Prevalence of metabolic syndrome estimated by International Diabetes Federation criteria in a Hungarian populationAlbert Csaszar
Department of Medicine, National Medical Center, St Imre Hospital, Budapest, Hungary
Blood Press 15:101-6. 2006..In a large sample (n = 13 383) of outpatients visiting their general practitioners, we determined the prevalence of risk factors of MS according to the earlier Adult Treatment Panel (ATP) III and the new IDF criteria...
- Vascular pleiosynergy--does it really work?Albert Csaszar
Department of Medicine, National Health Center, Budapest, Hungary
Curr Vasc Pharmacol 5:302-4. 2007..Favorable "therapeutic cross effects" due to pleiotropic mechanisms can be defined as pleiosynergy...
- Correlation between flow-mediated dilation and erectile dysfunctionImre Kovacs
Endothelium Study Group, Markusovszky Hospital, Szombathely, Budapest, Hungary
J Cardiovasc Pharmacol 51:148-53. 2008....