$title


Forum Archives

Here you can search the thousands of posts from our older message boards. Just click on the link for the time period you wish to search and you will be taken to the fill-out form for that volume. You can also click on the 'Return to Index' link and display all the messages in threaded form.




View Thread View Post Thread for This Board Read Prev Msg Read Next Msg

The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3




Re: Here are a few on ABO and ischemic heart disease

Posted By: Peter D'Adamo
Date: March-04, 1998 at 07:50:26

In Response To: Re: Seeking References (Peter D'Adamo)


Here are a few references I pulled on Pub Med on Type A and Ischemic Heart Disease. Unfortunatetly some of the more authorative ones don't come with abstracts.


Arch Gerontol Geriatr 1985 Oct;4(3):241-249

ABO blood group system, age, sex, risk factors and cardiac infarction.

Platt D, Muhlberg W, Kiehl L, Schmitt-Ruth R

In a retrospective study in 3100 patients of different ages the relationship between blood group and cardiac infarction was investigated in 450 patients. The patients were divided in two age groups: those who were 65 yr old and older and younger patients (age less than 65 yr). The predominance of blood group A in patients with cardiac infarction was highly significant in both age groups (P less than 0.005, two-tailed Chi-square test). Step-wise excluding all patients with at least one of the risk factors, hypertension, hyperuricemia, diabetes mellitus, smoking, and hyperlipemia similar results were found: the predominance of blood group A in the elderly patients with cardiac infarction was even higher than before excluding the risk factors (P less than 0.001). The predominance of blood group A was also demonstrated at a lower level in younger patients with cardiac infarction (P less than 0.05). Our investigation strongly suggests the existence of a genetic factor associated with blood group A and independent of the other risk factors which is also responsible for a greater incidence of cardiac infarction.

PMID: 4074023, UI: 86076213

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Arch Gerontol Geriatr 1985 Oct;4(3):241-249

ABO blood group system, age, sex, risk factors and cardiac infarction.

Platt D, Muhlberg W, Kiehl L, Schmitt-Ruth R

In a retrospective study in 3100 patients of different ages the relationship between blood group and cardiac infarction was investigated in 450 patients. The patients were divided in two age groups: those who were 65 yr old and older and younger patients (age less than 65 yr). The predominance of blood group A in patients with cardiac infarction was highly significant in both age groups (P less than 0.005, two-tailed Chi-square test). Step-wise excluding all patients with at least one of the risk factors, hypertension, hyperuricemia, diabetes mellitus, smoking, and hyperlipemia similar results were found: the predominance of blood group A in the elderly patients with cardiac infarction was even higher than before excluding the risk factors (P less than 0.001). The predominance of blood group A was also demonstrated at a lower level in younger patients with cardiac infarction (P less than 0.05). Our investigation strongly suggests the existence of a genetic factor associated with blood group A and independent of the other risk factors which is also responsible for a greater incidence of cardiac infarction.

PMID: 4074023, UI: 86076213

------------------------------------------------------------------------
Kardiologiia 1981 Apr;21(4):46-50

[ABO and Rh blood groups in cardiovascular pathology].

[Article in Russian]


Meshalkin EN, Okuneva GN, Vlasov IuA, Vel'tmander NN

A relationship between erythrocytic antigens of the ABO and Rh blood systems and cardiovascular pathology was revealed by comparing the distribution of blood groups in 13,175 patients and 7,800 donors. Prevalence of A gene and Rh+ phenotype in congenital and acquired heart diseases and ischemic heart disease was found. The frequency of B gene is increased in patients with acquired heart diseases.

PMID: 6788997, UI: 81243155

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Thromb Haemost 1980 Jun 18;43(2):137-140

ABO blood groups and coronary heart disease (CHD). A study in subjects with severe and latent CHD.

Erikssen J, Thaulow E, Stormorken H, Brendemoen O, Hellem A

The view based on epidemiological and laboratory data that blood group A subjects (=A) have clinically significant higher thrombotic potential than blood group 0 subjects (=O), is supported by the present finding of a significantly higher platelet retention in A than 0. The completely normal AB0 distribution found among 71 cases of proven latent CHD, and the disproportionate excess of 0 vs. A in a consecutive series of 191 coronary artery bypass candidates apparently conflict with epidemiological data indicating a higher risk of achieving CHD in A than 0. The conflict may be solved by suggesting a) that the "thrombotic proneness" in A compared with 0 causes a poorer prognosis in CHD among the former, leaving a disproportionate excess of 0 among longterm CHD survivors, and b) that AB0-related factors have had an insignificant, independent impact on the evolution of preclinical coronary artery disease in our 71 men with latent CHD.

PMID: 7455973, UI: 81103708

------------------------------------------------------------------------
Kardiologiia 1977 May;17(5):108-113

[Relationship between serum cholesterol content, arterial blood pressure and the ABO blood group phenotype in middle-aged men].

[Article in Russian]


Sapozhnikov II

The diagnosis of arterial hypertension among male volunteers, aged 40 to 49 years, depended to a great extent on the ABO group phenotype. Among those with AB phenotype the chances to have arterial hypertension are 46% higher than among those with the remaining 3 groups of blood. The ABO phenotype appeared to produce no significant effect upon the level of hypercholesterolemia. Males with A and AB phenotypes tended to have hypercholesterolemia more often than others. The obtained data may serve as an additional criterion for early detection of the most vulnerable contingents of individuals so that preventive measures against ischaemic heart disease and arterial hypertension could be taken.

PMID: 886731, UI: 77231109
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Atherosclerosis 1975 May;21(3):459-461

ABO blood groups, age and work in ischaemic heart disease.

Allan TM

In a series of male survivors of ischaemic heart disease there were fewer patients belonging to the risk-factor blood group (group A) before than after age 55 who were either non-infarction patients in light work or infarction patients in active or heavy work. Conversely, there were more A's before than after age 55 who were either non-infarction patients in active or heavy work or infarction patients in light work.

PMID: 1148037, UI: 75205195

------------------------------------------------------------------------
G Ital Cardiol 1975;5(5):744-751

[ABO blood-group phenotypes and pathogenesis of cardiovascular diseases. Congenital, rheumatic and coronaric heart disease and arterial hypertension].

[Article in Italian]


Galeazzi L, Gualandri V

Many cases of cardiovascular diseases have been examined in reference to the distribution of ABO blood-groups, in order to calculate the relative risk of disease and the hemogroupal distributive significance in our samples as related to those of other authors, using combined calculation. The analysis concerned the following cases: 746 with arterial hypertension, 3258 with congenital heart disease, 4503 with articular rheumatism, 1047 with acquired valvulopathia, and respective controls. It was found that blood-group phenotypes represent an important biophysiopathological action in regard to articular rheumatism and its cardiac consequences, in myocardial infarction and in hypertension, males only. On the contrary, no action in regard to congenital heart disease was found, with the exception of some single anomalies which have yet to be confirmed. This hemogroupal action greatly exceeds the one limited to the immunitary analogy and is a noticeable part of family heredity. It shows itself in: -- a significant negative association with group O and positive association with group A in the myocardial infarction; -- a significant negative association with group O and positive for the others in the valvulopathic (rheumatic) diseases; -- a positive association with A phenotype and negative with B in arterial hypertension, males only; -- no association with ABO blood-groups and congenital heart disease.

Acta Med Pol 1975;16(3):209-213

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Blood groups and immunological response in myocardial infarction.

Hermanowicz A

PMID: 1180123, UI: 76037088
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Microvasc Res 1975 Jan;9(1):107-118

Effect of fibrinogen on aggregation of red cells and on apparent viscosity of artificial thrombi in haemophilia, myocardial infarction, thyroid disease, cancer and control systems: effect of ABO blood groups.
Dintenfass L, Forbes CD

PMID: 1117851, UI: 75118330
------------------------------------------------------------------------

J Indian Med Assoc 1974 Sep 1;63(5):150-152

Serum cholesterol in relation to blood groups in ischaemic heart disease.

Chakraborti S, Banerjee PK

PMID: 4448914, UI: 75096264
------------------------------------------------------------------------


Humangenetik 1974 Jun 26;23(1):51-58

A study of diabetes in relation to blood groups and cholesterol levels.

Lamba DL, Singha P, Chandra S

PMID: 4211155, UI: 74289163
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Angiology 1974 Jun;25(6):365-372

Blood rheology as diagnostic and predictive tool in cardiovascular diseases. Effect of ABO blood groups.
Dintenfass L

PMID: 4841852, UI: 74273819
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Biorheology 1973 Dec;10(4):585-594

Influence of ABO blood groups and fibrinogen on thrombus formation and aggregation of red cells in cardiovascular and malignant diseases: new aspects of biorheological characterization of disease.

Dintenfass L, Stewart JH, Milton GW, Forbes CD

PMID: 4593440, UI: 74121353
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Br J Surg 1973 Nov;60(11):892-893
ABO blood groups in occlusive and ectatic arterial disease.
Morris T, Bouhoutsos J

PMID: 4752735, UI: 74030370
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Atherosclerosis 1973 Sep;18(2):347-351
Letter: ABO blood groups and atherosclerosis.
Allan TM

PMID: 4742857, UI: 74005742
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Pol Tyg Lek 1973 Aug 13;28(33):1264-1265

[Distribution of ABO and Rh blood groups in myocardial infarction].

Szczepanski L, Jach A

PMID: 4200463, UI: 74004582
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Angiology 1973 Jul;24(7):442-453
The role of ABO blood groups in blood rheology of cardiovascular disorders.
Dintenfass L

PMID: 4146364, UI: 73222828
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Dtsch Gesundheitsw 1972 Nov 9;27(45):2127-2128

Revai S, Konig E

PMID: 4650680, UI: 73091926
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Wiad Lek 1972 Mar 1;25(5):401-404
[ABO blood groups and myocardial infarct].

[Article in Polish]
Geraga W, Gdulewicz T, Wilczynska U

PMID: 5018186, UI: 72159291
------------------------------------------------------------------------

N Engl J Med 1971 Dec 9;285(24):1348-1353
Blood groups, myocardial infarction and angina pectoris among 10,000 adult males.
Medalie JH, Levene C, Papier C, Goldbourt U, Dreyfuss F, Oron D, Neufeld H, Riss E

PMID: 5001056, UI: 72045961
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Lancet 1971 Sep 4;2(7723):554-555
Genetical influences on serum--cholesterol level.
Mayo O, Wiesenfeld SL, Stamatoyannopoulos G, Fraser GR

PMID: 4105705, UI: 71288706
------------------------------------------------------------------------


J Assoc Physicians India 1971 Mar;19(3):257-260
Serum cholesterol and ABO blood group.
Tyagi SP, Gupta MC, Hameed S

PMID: 5558807, UI: 71253399
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Lancet 1971 Jan 30;1(7692):238-239
ABO blood-groups and myocardial infarction.
Allen TM


------------------------------------------------------------------------


Med J Aust 1969 Oct 25;2(17):835
Serum cholesterol and blood groups.

PMID: 5352863, UI: 70037740
------------------------------------------------------------------------

Lancet 1969 Sep 20;2(7621):625
Blood-groups and serum-cholesterol.

PMID: 4185597, UI: 69285896
------------------------------------------------------------------------


Br Heart J 1968 May;30(3):377-382
ABO blood groups and ischaemic heart disease in men.
Allan TM, Dawson AA

PMID: 5651252, UI: 68242963






Messages in This Thread

View Thread View Post Thread for This Board Read Prev Msg Read Next Msg

Password:



GenoType Diet Website   ♦   Dr. D'Adamo's Clinic   ♦   Institute for Human Individuality   ♦   Newsletter   ♦   Para Su Tipo de Sangre   ♦   Professionals   ♦  The Individualist

The statements made on our websites have not been evaluated by the FDA (U.S. Food & Drug Administration).
Our products and services are not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent any disease. If a condition persists, please contact your physician.
Copyright © 2010, North American Pharmacal, Inc. All Rights Reserved