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Bernard Tabatznik

Born  1927

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    American internist and cardiologist, born 1927.

    Biography of Bernard Tabatznik

    Bernard Tabatznik lives (2014) in Monterey, Virginia. In the mid 1950s he worked in the Baragwanath Hospital at Diepkloof, South Africa. In the late 1950s he moved to the Sinai Hospital, Baltimore to become Director of the Coronary Care Unit and Assistant Physician, and then Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Chief, Cardiology Division, Sinai Hospital, and Assistant Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
    The Bernard Tabatznik Lecture, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore is named i his honour.


    Barnard Tabatznik, Thomas W. Randall and Colin Hersch:
    The Mammary Souffle of Pregnancey and Lactation.
      Circulation, Dallas, Texas, 1960, 22: 1069–1073

    Bernard Tabatznik and James P. Isaacs:
    Postpericardiotomy Syndrome Following Traumatic Hemopericardium.
      The American Journal of Cardiology, New York, January 1961 7(1): 83-96.

    Philip Rodin and Bernard Tabatznik:
    The effect of posture on added heart sounds.
      British Heart Journal, London, 1963, 25 (1): 69-80.

    Morton M. Mower, Bernard Tabatznik, William S. Staewen, Barry M. Cohen:
    A Practical Method Of Long Term Ecg Analysis.
      The American Journal of Cardiology, New York, 1967, 19(1): 143-144

    Mottis N. Kotler, B ernard Tabatznik, Morton M. Mower
    and Suketami Tominaga:
    Prognostic Significance of Ventricular Ectopic Beats with Respect
      to Sudden Death in the Late Postinfarction Period
      Circulation, Dallas, Texas, 1973, 47: 959-966

    C. D. Furberg, T. A. Manolio, B. M. Psaty, D. E. Bild,   N. O. Borhani,
    A. Newman, B. Tabatznik, P. M. Rautaharju:
    Major electrocardiographic abnormalities in persons aged 65 years
      and older (the Cardiovascular Health Study). The Cardiovascular Health
      Study Collaborative Research Group.

      The American journal of cardiology, New York, 1992, 69(16): 1329-1335.

    J. M. Gardin, N. D. Wong, W. Bommer, H. S. Klopfenstein, V. E. Smith,
    B. Tabatznik, D. Siscovick; S. Lobodzinski; H. Anton-Culver; T. A. Manolio:
    Echocardiographic design of a multicenter investigation of
      free-living elderly subjects: The Cardiovascular Health Study
      Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography, St.Louis, 1992, 5(1): 63-72

    T. A. Manolio; C. D. Furberg; P. M. Rautaharju; D. Siscovick; A. B. Newman;
    N. O. Borhani; J. M. Gardin; B. Tabatznik:
    Cardiac arrhythmias on 24-h ambulatory electrocardiography in older women
      and men: The Cardiovascular Health Study
      Journal of the American College of Cardiology, New York, 1994, 23(4): 916-925.

    M. Mirowski and Bernard Tabatznik:
    • The Spatial Characteristics of Atrial Activation in Ventriculo-Atrial Excitation
      Chest, Chicago, 1970, 57(1): 9-17.

    A. Collado, M. M. Mower, B. Tabatznik: 
    Left atrial parasystole. Chest, Chicago, 1971, 59(2): 214-216.

    Elliott Antman,  James Muller, Sheldon Goldberg,  Rex MacAlpin, Melvyn Rubenfire,
    Bernard Tabatznik, Chang-seng Liang, Fred Heupler, Stephen Achuff, Nathaniel Reicher,
    Edward Geltman, Nicholas Z. Kerin, Raymond K. Neff, Eugene Braunwald:
    Nifedipine Therapy For Coronary-Artery Spasm.
      The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, 1980, 302(23): 1269-1273.

    Edgar C. Schick, Chang-seng Liang, Frederick A. Heupler, Nicholas Z. Kerin,
    Frederick R. Kahl, Kenneth M. Kent, R. Joe Noble, Bernard Tabatznik, Richard W. Terry:
    Randomized Placebo-controlled Study Of Nifedipine In in patients with
      vasospastic angina
      The American Journal of Cardiology, New York, 1982, 49(4):  929-929

    Edgar C. Schick Jr, C. S. Liang , F. A. Heupler Jr, F. R. Kahl, K. M. Kent, N. Z. Kerin,
    R. J. Noble, M. Rubenfire, B. Tabatznik, R. W. Terry:
    Randomized withdrawal from nifedipine: placebo-controlled study in patients with
      coronary artery spasm
      American Heart Journal, St. Louis, September 1982, 104(3): 690-697.

    Teri A. Manolio, Curt D. Furberg, Pentti M. Rautaharju, David Siscovick, Anne B. Newman,
    Nemat O. Borhani, Julius M. Gardin, Bernard Tabatznik:
    • Cardiac arrhythmias on 24-h ambulatory electrocardiography in older women and
      men: The Cardiovascular Halth Study.
      Journal of the American College of Cardiology, New York, 1994, 23(4): 916-925. 

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