Trace elements in relation to cardiovascular diseases

status of the joint WHO/IAEA research programme
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World Health Organization, available from Q Corp.] , Geneva, [Albany, N.Y
Cardiovascular system -- Diseases -- Congresses., Trace elements in the body -- Congre
Statementedited by R. Masironi.
SeriesWHO offset publication ; no. 5, WHO offset publication ;, no. 5.
ContributionsWorld Health Organization.
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LC ClassificationsRC669 .M36
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Pagination45 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL5235951M
ISBN 10924170005X
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INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY, Trace Elements in Relation to Cardiovascular Diseases, IAEA-TECDOC, IAEA, Vienna (). Trace elements in relation to cardiovascular diseases: status of the joint WHO/IAEA research programme.

"Based on the reports of three meetings of investigators on trace elements in relation to cardiovascular diseases, which were held jointly by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva. All types of pollution contaminate the environment and alter the natural trace element balance.

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It has been known for many years that trace element levels are important factors in the development and course of many diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, especially coronary artery disease. Numerous studies have reported that there is a relationship between low serum zinc (Zn) level, low copper (Cu) level, low selenium (Se) level, and Author: Ayşegül Bayir.

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Hopps. Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are a major public health problem. Disruption of trace element homeostasis may lead to oxidative stress, and consequent DNA damage, lipid peroxidation, protein modification and other biochemical effects, causing CVD.

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An element is called as trace elements when their requirement per day is below mg and deficiency leads to disorders and may prove fatal. The elements belonging to this group are copper, iron, zinc, chromium, cobalt, iodine, molybdenum, and selenium. Of these, iodine. risks are elevated for cardiovascular disease and role of trace elements in hematopoiesis and oxidative stress, this study was aimed to evaluate the zinc and copper levels, three oxidative.

The relation between trace elements and human health has been scarcely studied. With respect to cardiovascular diseases and hypertension attention has mostly focused on arsenic, cobalt, copper, chromium, fluorine, manganese, vanadium, zinc, selenium, silicon, cadmium, and lead.

Environmental contamination can influence organ concentrations Cited by: Minerals and trace elements (MTEs) are micronutrients involved in hundreds of biological processes.

Deficiency in MTEs can negatively affect athletic performance. Approximately 50% of athletes have reported consuming some form of micronutrient supplement; however, there is limited data confirming their efficacy for improving performance. The aim of this study was to systematically review the Cited by: 3.

Purchase Tea in Health and Disease Prevention - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. mins and trace elements with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and cancer.2Acommon proposal to reduce this risk is to increase circulating concentrations of these substances by increased intake.

However, the failure of some large-scale supplementation trials (re-viewed in reference 2) emphasizes that the. Minerals and trace elements Chapter Infancy, childhood, and adolescence Chapter Pregnancy and lactation Chapter Ageing and older people Chapter Vegetarian diets Chapter Dietary considerations for sport and exercise Chapter Nutrition and cardiovascular disease Chapter Obesity Chapter Citation: Al-Dohan JA, Haddad NS, Al-Rubaye H, Jawad MM () The Relation between Trace Elements Levels and Some Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Patients with Obstructive Coronary Artery Disease in Basra.

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Emerging evidence indicates that, diet rich in these nutrients constitutes a modifiable lifestyle factor that might reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). However, the clinical significance of these nutrients in optimizing cardiovascular health and/or Cited by: 3.

Water constituents and trace elements in relation to cardiovascular diseases. Richey Sharrett, Manning Feinleib. Research output: Contribution to journal › Article. Water constituents and trace elements in relation to cardiovascular diseases.

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Preventive Medicine, 4(1), Cited by: For example, synchrotron-based in vitro studies of various human tissues showed significant differences between the normal and pathological distributions of metallic trace elements such as iron, zinc, copper, and lead in relation to human diseases ranging from Parkinson’s disease and cancer to osteoporosis and : Mihai R.

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