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Acetylcholinesterase inhibition with pyridostigmine improves heart rate recovery after maximal exercise in patients with chronic heart failure
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    Pyridostigmine in CHF: Author's Response to Dr. Nobrega

    Dear Editor

    We greatly appreciate Dr Nobrega’s interest in our recent publication on the acute effects of pyridostigmine on post-exercise heart rate recovery in patients with chronic heart failure.[1]

    In accord with our published submaximal exercise data at anaerobic threshold, our more complete analysis of submaximal exercise demonstrated no differences between the effects of pyridostigmine 30 mg and pl...

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    Cholinergic stimulation in chronic heart failure: modifiyng predictors of risk

    Dear Editor

    The article by Androne et al.[1] describing the improvement in heart rate recovery after maximal exercise in patients with chronic heart failure when treated with pyridostigmine, supports the recent concept that cholinergic stimulation may have a protective role in cardiovascular disease.[2] We have prompted to investigate this possibility, since depressed heart rate variability[3] and baroref...

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