Myogenic Theory of Myocardial Infarction

 

Dr. Quintiliano H. de Mesquita,

The father of the

Myogenic Theory of Myocardial Infarction

 

 

News:

  • Press release: “Stress: The Major Risk Factor for Heart Attack”. ICP, November 2014

  • Review ArticleCarlos Monteiro,Stress as Cause of Heart Attacks - The Myogenic Theory”. Published at the Journal Wise Traditions in Food, Farming, and the Healing Arts, Fall 2014. Reproduced by Positive Health Online, Edition 222 - May 2015

Powerpoint presentations:

  • Powerpoint presentation about the myogenic theory at the Fourth International Conference of Advanced Cardiac Sciences - The King of Organs Conference, 2012, Saudi Arabia, by Carlos Monteiro

Video Presentations:

  • Video presentation about the myogenic theory at the Fourth International Conference of Advanced Cardiac Sciences - The King of Organs Conference, 2012, Saudi Arabia, by Carlos Monteiro (It begins 1:45 minutes after the start of the film)

Articles:

  • Quintiliano H. de Mesquita and Claudio A. S. Baptista. Cardiotonic: Insuperable in preservation of myocardial stability, as preventive of acute coronary syndromes and responsible for a prolongued survival. Casuistic of 28 years (1972-2000). Ars Cvrandi,, V 35 - N 3 - May 2002. English translation by ICP, 2013 (here).

  • Quintiliano H. de Mesquita, et al. Effects of the Cardiotonic + Coronary Dilator in Chronic Stable Coronary-Myocardial Disease, with and without Prior Myocardial Infarction, in the Long Run. Ars Cvrandi, V. 35 - N 7 - September 2002.English translation by ICP in 2013 (here).

  • Quintiliano H. de Mesquita et al. Effects of the Cardiotonic + Coronary Dilator in Unstable Angina. Article written in 1993, up-dated in 1999. Translated and published at ICP in 2013 (here)

  • Quintiliano H. de Mesquita et al. Effects of the Cardiotonic + Coronary Dilator in the Infarcting Clinical Picture. Article written in 1993, up-dated in 1998., Translated and published at ICP in 2013 (here).

  • Quintiliano H. de Mesquita and Claudio A. S. Baptista. Why Myogenic Theory not Thrombogenic Theory (Arq Bras Cardiol, V. 62 (4), 1994  - Official Journal of Brazilian Cardiology Society) - Translated to English (here).

  • What Causes Heart Attacks?, by Dr. Thomas Cowan. Published in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly magazine of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Fall 2007.

  • Thrombus: cause or consequence of myocardial infarction? BMJ, eletters, May 15 and 19, 2007

  • Broken Heart Syndrome Remains A Mystery Inside Of Conventional Thinking, But Not In The Myogenic Theory Point Of View. Published in Medical News Today, May 10, 2007

  • Digitalis Therapy in Heart Disease: Less is More? Compelling evidence from recent studies show the benefic effects of digitalis in the treatment of heart failure and in prevention of acute coronary syndromes.

  • Endogenous Cardiotonic Hormones: A New Argument for the  Myogenic Theory of Myocardial Infarction

  • Myocardial Infarction Prevention by Digitalis: A Successful Experience of 28 Years, 1972-2000

  • Myogenic Theory Explains or "The Thrombogenic Theory Tumbled Down and the Orthodox Cardiology Didn't Noticed", by Dr. Quintiliano H. de Mesquita

  • Other articles about the Myogenic Theory published at Internet.

Book

The Prize:

  • "The Ernst Edens Traditionspreis" allowed in 1975 to Professor Quintiliano H. de Mesquita, by the International Society to Fight Infarction (Internationale Gesselschaft Für Infarktbekämpfung)

The Report:

  • Report by Dr. Peter Schmidsberger with the title "In this way a Brazilian fights Heart Attack". The report shows similar and optimal results with the use of cardiotonics in acute myocardial infarction, obtained by Doctors in Brazil and in Germany. Published at Bunte Magazine, in 4/10/1980

Suppliers of Strophanthin (Ouabain) and Digitalis

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