Direct Impact

Concepts for which Claus Tveskov has direct influence:

ischemic stroke
excessive premature atrial complexes
ventricular ectopic beats
binding capacity
prognostic significance
danish twin registry
sinus rhythm

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Claus Tveskov has influence:

cryptogenic stroke
atrial fibrillation
heart block
supraventricular premature beats
continuously monitored
growth process
familial amyloidosis

Prominent publications by Claus Tveskov

KOL-Index: 20 BACKGROUND: The main indications for implanting a cardiac pacemaker are either acquired atrio-ventricular block (AVB) or sick sinus syndrome (SSS). In general, the exact aetiology of these conditions is unknown. Genetic factors may play a role. Untreated AVB is associated with increased mortality but SSS seems to have a good prognosis. The present study was designed to assess whether ...
Known for
Twin Danish | Nationwide Registries | Increased Sss | Untreated Avb
KOL-Index: 18 BACKGROUND: Our aim was to investigate the association of premature atrial complexes and the risk of recurrent stroke or death in patients with ischemic stroke in sinus rhythm. METHODS: In a prospective cohort study, we used 24-hour Holter recordings to evaluate premature atrial complexes in patients consecutively admitted with ischemic strokes. Excessive premature atrial complexes were ...
Known for
Fibrillation Sinus | Point Recurrent | Stroke Ischemic | Complexes Primary
KOL-Index: 7 The aim of the study was to evaluate the use of freeze-dried and dissected small muscle biopsy specimens ("dry") for the determination of human muscle electrolyte content and ouabain binding capacity, compared with an easier method, without this freeze-drying step ("wet"). Freeze-drying and dissection of muscle biopsy specimens reduced the variation in the determination of muscle potassium ...
Known for
Variation Determination | Capacity Wet | Easier Method | Content Ouabain
KOL-Index: 7 BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Runs of premature atrial complexes (PACs) are common in stroke patients and perceived to be clinically insignificant, but their prognostic significance is unclear. This study investigated the association between runs of PACs in ischemic stroke patients and the risk of recurrent ischemic strokes/transient ischemic attacks (TIAs) or death. METHODS: The study included ...
Known for
Pacs Recurrent | 565 | Severe Strokes | 489
KOL-Index: 7 The use of laboratory screening on admission (i.e. laboratory tests which are always requested on admission of all of the patients to the department) was investigated at Odense University Hospital. Nursing sisters were interviewed about the current practices at their departments and consultants replied to a questionnaire about their attitudes to laboratory screening on admission. Screening ...
Known for
0 24 | Invasive Diagnostic Procedures | Admission Odense
KOL-Index: 4
Known for
Sayre Syndrome
KOL-Index: 4 Potassium and magnesium deficiencies are common in patients with heart disease. These are often coexistent and pathophysiologically related. Potassium deficiency cannot be treated without correction of concomitant magnesium deficiency. Correlations between serum levels and body stores are very poor for both ions. Therefore diagnosis and treatment of these conditions based on serum levels ...
Known for
Conditions Serum
KOL-Index: 3 OBJECTIVE: To study the effect of intravenous (i.v.) terbutaline on potassium (K) and magnesium (Mg) distribution, ECG changes, and prevalence of ventricular ectopic beats in healthy subjects. DESIGN: Randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled crossover. Subjects received either placebo or terbutaline (bolus, 0.25 mg; maintenance dose, 5 micrograms/min). SETTING: University Department of ...
Known for
Muscle Sodium | Qtc Number | Serum Potassium Level | Terbutaline Produced Hypokalemia

Department of Internal Medicine, OUH Svendborg Hospital, Svendborg, Denmark.

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