A biomarker approach to explain high cardiovascular disease burden in Russia: insights from population-based studies in Russia and Norway
Paper 1: Iakunchykova, O., Averina, M., Wilsgaard, T., Watkins, H., Malyutina, S., Ragino, Y., … Schirmer, H. (2020). Why does Russia have such high cardiovascular mortality rates? Comparisons of blood-based biomarkers with Norway implicate non-ischaemic cardiac damage. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 74(9), 698-704. Also available in Munin at https://hdl.handle.net/10037/20614.
Paper 2: Iakunchykova, O., Averina, M., Kudryavtsev, A.V., Wilsgaard, T., Soloviev, A., Schirmer, H., Cook, S. & Leon, D.A. (2020). Evidence for a direct harmful effect of alcohol on myocardial health: A large cross‐sectional study of consumption patterns and cardiovascular disease risk biomarkers from northwest Russia, 2015 to 2017. Journal of the American Heart Association, 9(1), e014491. Also available in Munin at https://hdl.handle.net/10037/18480.
Paper 3: Iakunchykova, O., Averina, M., Wilsgaard, T., Malyutina, S., Kudryavtsev, A.V., Cook, S., … Leon, D.A. What factors explain the much higher diabetes prevalence in Russia compared to Norway? Major sex-differences in the contribution of adiposity. (Submitted manuscript).
PublisherUiT The Arctic University of Norway
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