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Relationship of Insulin Resistance with Impaired Endothelial Function & Coronary Atherosclerosis among High Risk Individuals Enrolled in a Web-Based Lifestyle Intervention Study: Baptist Employee Healthy Heart Study (BEHHS)
Circulation
  • Ehimen Aneni, Baptist Health Medical Group
  • Ebenezer Oni, Baptist Health Medical Group
  • Lara Roberson, Baptist Health Medical Group
  • Janisse Post, Baptist Health Medical Group
  • Gagandeep Nagi, Baptist Health Medical Group
  • Sameer Shaharyar, Baptist Health South Florida
  • Omar Jamal
  • Shozab Ali, Baptist Health Medical Group
  • Rehan Malik, Baptist Health Medical Group
  • Muhammad Aziz, Baptist Health Medical Group
  • Adnan Younus, Baptist Health South Florida
  • Chen Ye, Baptist Health Medical Group
  • Beatriz Rosell, Baptist Health Medical Group
  • Henry Guzman, Baptist Health South Florida
  • Ricardo Cury, Baptist Hospital of Miami; Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute
  • Jonathan Fialkow, Baptist Hospital of Miami; Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute
  • Arthur Agatston, Baptist Health Medical Group
  • Emir Veledar, Baptist Health South Florida
  • Theodore Feldman, Baptist Health Medical Group
  • Khurram Nasir, Baptist Health Medical Group
Publication Date
1-1-2014
Presented At:
American Heart Association's 2014 Scientific Sessions and Resuscitation Science Symposium
Content Type
Poster
Citation Information
Ehimen Aneni, Ebenezer Oni, Lara Roberson, Janisse Post, et al.. "Relationship of Insulin Resistance with Impaired Endothelial Function & Coronary Atherosclerosis among High Risk Individuals Enrolled in a Web-Based Lifestyle Intervention Study: Baptist Employee Healthy Heart Study (BEHHS)" Circulation Vol. 130 Iss. Suppl 2 (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/khurram_nasir/72/