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  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE (2007) FRANK G. YANOWITZ, M.D Professor of Medicine (Cardiology and Geriatrics) University of Utah School of Medicine Medical Director, The Intermountain Health & Fitness Institute Cardiovascular Department, LDS Hospital 8th Ave and C Street Salt Lake City, Utah 84143 801:408-5302 (phone) 801:408-1229 (FAX) Email: frank.yanowitz@intermountainmail.org fyanow@mac.com Birth Date: July 26, 1939 (Malone, New York) Birth Place: Malone, NY Citizenship: USA Medical License: #155865-1205 State of Utah Home Address: 1575 E. Stablewood Circle Salt Lake City, Utah 84117 801:278-5509 EDUCATION Baccalaureate Degree: BA (Mathematics), 1961, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. Medical Degree: M.D., 1966, State University of New York Upstate Medical School, Syracuse, N.Y. Internship: Straight Medical, 1966-67, University of Chicago Hospitals, Chicago, Illinois Residency: Internal Medicine, 1967-69, University of Chicago Hospitals, Chicago, Illinois Fellowship: Cardiology, 1969-71, University of Chicago Hospitals, Chicago, Illinois Board Certification: Internal Medicine, 1975 (current) Cardiovascular Diseases, 1975 (current)
  2. 2. Added Qualification in Geriatric Medicine, 1994-2004 Languages: English PROFESSIONAL & ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Instructor in Medicine (Limited Term), 1970-71 University of Chicago Hospitals Instructor in Medicine (Limited Term), 1971-73 University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, San Antonio, Texas Major, Clinical Cardiology and Cardiovascular Research, 1971-73 Instructor in Medicine (Cardiology), 1973-74 University of Utah School of Medicine Salt Lake City, Utah Assistant Professor of Medicine (Cardiology), 1974-1980 University of Utah School of Medicine Associate Professor of Medicine (Cardiology), 1980 - 2001 University of Utah School of Medicine Professor of Medicine (Cardiology and Geriatrics Divisions) 2001-present University of Utah School of Medicine Medical Director, Coronary Care Unit, 1975-1980, 1987-1990 LDS Hospital, Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City, Utah Chief, Geriatrics Division, 1993 - 2001 LDS Hospital, Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City, Utah CURRENT EMPLOYMENT & RESPONSIBILITIES Medical Director, IHC ECG Services, 1986 - present LDS Hospital, Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City, Utah Medical Director, The Intermountain Health & Fitness Institute, 1980 - present LDS Hospital, Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City, Utah EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE 1. Journal of Electrocardiography, Editorial Consultant, 1986 - present 2. Circulation, referee 3. Computers in Biomedical Research, referee 4. American Journal of Physiology, referee 5. American Heart Journal, referee 6. Journal of Cardiac Rehabilitation, referee 2
  3. 3. 7. American Journal of Cardiology, referee 8. American Heart Association Scientific Sessions, abstract reviewer 9. Journal of the American Medical Association (referee) RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 1. Neurogenic influences on ECG Waveform and Arrhythmias: 1963-66 U.S. Public Health Service Predoctoral Traineeship Upstate Medical School, Syracuse, New York 2. Computer processing of ECG rhythm in the CCU: 1969-71 Myocardial Infarction Research Unit (MIRU) University of Chicago Hospitals 3. Computerized CCU data base organization: 1969-71 Myocardial Infarction Research Unit (MIRU) University of Chicago Hospitals 4. Exercise ECG - coronary angiographic correlations in asymptomatic men: 1971-73 USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, San Antonio, Texas 5. Computerized analysis of exercise ECG and VCG data: 1971-73 USAF School of Aerospace Medicine, San Antonio, Texas 6. Evaluation of a Computerized CCU arrhythmia alarm system: 1975-77 University of Utah School of Medicine and LDS Hospital 7. Noninvasive evaluation of hemodynamic parameters in congestive heart failure using a computerized rebreathing technique: 1975-77 American Heart Association (Utah Affiliate) Grant, Principal Investigator University of Utah School of Medicine and LDS Hospital 8. Multidisciplinary high-risk coronary consultation clinic - a pilot project: 1977-79 University of Utah School of Medicine 9. Echocardiographic, ECG, and physiologic assessment of exercise training in college-aged students and twins: 1978-1982 University of Utah School of Medicine and Brigham Young University 10. Clinical application of body surface ECG mapping during exercise testing: 1979-1982 University of Utah School of Medicine and LDS Hospital 11. Evaluation of anaerobic threshold during exercise using a computerized breath-by-breath technique: 1980-83 3
  4. 4. University of Utah School of Medicine and LDS Hospital 12. Computer-based clinical decision analysis in coronary artery disease: 1981-85 University of Utah School of Medicine and LDS Hospital 13. Assessment of physical fitness, leisure time activity, and coronary risk factors in male office workers: 1980-82 University of Utah School of Medicine and School of Nursing 14. Randompzed trial of intracoronary streptokinase in acute MI, exercise testing studies: 1981-83 University of Utah School of Medicine and LDS Hospital 15. Noninvasive evaluation of cardiac output during exercise in normal subjects and cardiac transplant patients using rebreathing techniques: 1984-1990 University of Utah School of Medicine and LDS Hospital 16. Experimental drug studies in congestive heart failure patients; respiratory gas analysis during exercise: 1986 - present University of Utah School of Medicine and LDS Hospital 17. Prevalence and Assessment of malnutrition in Outpatient Older Adults: 1996 - present. Principal Investigator; funded through LDS Hospital Deseret Foundation and Ross Laboratories. 18. Nutrition, Genes, and Hip Fracture Risk in Utah: 1997- present. NIH- funded study through Utah State University (Principal Investigator: Ronald Munger, Ph.D.): I'm Co-Principal Investigator for LDS Hospital and University of Utah. 19. HF-ACTION: 2003 – ongoing. NIH funded RCT of comprehensive exercise training for stable patients with Class II, III, IV congestive heart failure (EF <35%). I am Principal Investigator for the Utah site (one of 50 sites in U.S. and Canada). ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE: 1. Medical Director, The Intermountain Health & Fitness Institute @ LDS Hospital; 1980 - present 2. Medical Director, IHC ECG Services 1985 – present 3. Medical Director, Cardiac Rehabilitation at LDS Hospital 1973 - present 4. Chief, Geriatrics Division @ LDS Hospital; 1995 - 2001 5. Acting Chief, Cardiology Division @ LDS Hospital; 1998-1999 4
  5. 5. TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES: A. Attending Rounds 1. LDS Hospital (3-6-weeks/year) a. Residents and 3rd year medical students B. Medicine 777- Preventive Cardiology (senior elective) 1. 2-3 medical students per month (10 months per year) 2. 10 ECG seminars per month (100 hours per year) 3. Supervise exercise testing: 3 hours per week (120 hrs/yr) C. LDS Hospital noon conferences 1. 11 ECG Conferences (11 hrs/yr) 2. 6 Geriatric Conferences (6 hrs/yr) D. VA Hospital Geriatric staff conferences 1. 2-3 conferences per year (2-3 hours) E. Miscellaneous teaching 1. Grand rounds presentations (0-1 per year) 2. Eccles Medical Library (Knowledge Weavers) a. ECG Website development (50 hrs per year); (http://medstat.med.utah.edu/kw/ecg) 3. Seminars for older adults (5-10 hrs per year) 4. Cardiology fellows seminars (2 hrs per year) 5. Geriatric Organ System (2-3 hrs per year) SCOLASTIC HONORS: Alpha Omega Alpha (1964) PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES (National) 1. American Heart Association, 1969 - present a. Fellow, Council on Clinical Cardiology b. Regional/National Program Committee, 1977-79 c. Program Committee, Subcommittee on Exercise and Cardiac Rehabilitation, 1980-83 d. Schoolsite Task Force, 1986 2. American College of Cardiology, 1973 - present a. Fellow (F.A.C.C.), 1977 b. Governor for Utah, 1979 - 1982 c. Allied Health Professionals Committee, 1983-85 d. Course Director at ACC Heart House: "Update in Noninvasive Cardiovascular Techniques and Principles for the Technologist" (1) October 18-20, 1982 (2) March 13-15, 1984 3. American College of Sports Medicine, 1980 - 1997 5
  6. 6. a. Prevention and Rehabilitation Committee, 1982-84 4. American Federation for Clinical Research, 1973 - 1998 5. American College of Physicians, 1988 - present a. Fellow (F.A.C.P.), 1995 6. American Geriatrics Society, 1992- present 7. The Gerontological Society of America, 1993-1998 8. Council on Geriatric Cardiology, 1993-present a. Fellow (1994 - present) PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES 1. American Heart Association, Utah Affiliate, 1973 - present a. Chairman, Professional Education Committee, 1974-76 b. Chairman, Northwest/Rocky Mountain Regional Program Committee, 1977-78 c. Nutrition Committee, 1978-1980 d. Run-For-Life Committee, 1979-1981 e. Utah Heart Association/State Medical Society Joint Committee on Cardiovascular Diseases, 1978-1980 f. Co-Chairman, Bi-Regional Workshop of Heart Health Education in the Young, San Diego, 1979 g. President, 1983-84 h. Northwest/Rocky Mountain Regional Committee, 1986 - present i. Board of Directors, 1973 - present 2. Utah Governor's Council on Health and Fitness, 1975 - 1982 a. Chairman, 1975-79 3. Utah State Medical Association, 1973 - present a. Legislative Committee, 1985-86 4. LDS Hospital Ethics Committee, 1999 - present UNIVERSITY OF UTAH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ACTIVITIES 1. Course Director: Preventive Cardiology Elective (Medicine 777), 1982 - present. (10 - 20 senior medical students per year) 2. Preventive Cardiology Curriculum Committee, 1983 - 1988 3. Preventive Medicine Residency Advisory Commitee (Department of Family and Community Medicine), 1986 - 1992 a. Chairman, 1991 - 1992 4. Contributor to "Slice of Life" video disk (University of Utah, Instructional Media Services) a. Spencer S Eccles Health Sciences Library 6
  7. 7. b. Alan E Lindsay, M.D. ECG Teaching Room (LDS Hospital), Director b. ECG teaching web-site: http://medstat.med.utah.edu/kw/ecg 5. Course Director: Palliative Care Senior Elective (Medicine ), 1999 BIBLIOGRAPHY Original Publications 1. Yanowitz FG, Preston JB, Abildskov JA: Functional distribution of right and left left stellate innervation to the ventricles: Production of neurogenic ECG changes by unilateral alteration of sympathetic tone. Circ Res 1966; 18:416-422. 2. Yanowitz FG, Fozzard HA: A medical information system for the coronary care unit. Arch Intern Med 1974; 134:93-97. 3. Yanowitz FG, Kinias P, Rawling D, Fozzard HA: Accuracy of the continuous real-time ECG dysrhythmia monitoring system. Circulation 1973; 50:65-72 4. Froelicher VF, Yanowitz FG, Thompson AJ, Lancaster MC: The correlation of coronary angiography and ECG response to maximal treadmill testing in 76 asymptomatic men. Circulation 1973; 48:597-603. 5. Yanowitz FG, Froelicher VF, Keiser HN, Lancaster MC: Quantitative exercise electrocardiography in the evaluation of patients with early coronary artery disease. Aerospace Med April 1973, pp443-47. 6. Frost DA, Yanowitz FG, Pryor TA: Evaluation of a computerized arrhythmia alarm system. Am J Cardiol 1976; 39:583-87. 7. Adams TD, Yanowitz FG, Fisher AG, Ridges JD, Lovell K, Pryor TA: Noninvasive evaluation of exercise training in college-aged men. Circulation 1981; 64:958-64. 8. Yanowitz FG, Vincent GM, Lux RL, Merchant M, Green LS, Abildskov JA: Application of body surface mapping to exercise testing: ST-80 isoarea maps in patients with coronary artery disease. Am J Cardiol 1982; 50:1109-15. 9. Wakie R, Clayton PD, Jensen RL, Yanowitz FG, Liddle HV: HELP-based decision analysis applied to coronary artery disease. Computers and Biomed Res 1982; 15:188-96. 10. Yea MP, Gardner RM, Adams TD, Yanowitz FG: Computerized determination of pneumotachometer characteristics using a calibrated syringe. J Appl Physiol 1982; 53:280-83. 11. Anderson JL, Marshall HW, Bray BE, Lutz JR, Frederick PR, Yanowitz FG, Datz FL, Krammer SC, Hagan AD: A randomized trial of intracoronary 7
  8. 8. streptokinase in the treatment of acute myocardial infarction. New Engl J Med 1983; 308:1312-18. 12. Yea MP, Gardner RM, Adams TD, Yanowitz FG, Crapo RO: "Anaerobic Threshold": Problems of determination and validation. J Appl Physiol 1983; 55:1178-83. 13. Yea MP, Adams TD, Gardner RM, Yanowitz FG: Effects of O2, N2, and CO2 composition on nonlinearity of Fleisch pneumotachography characteristics. J Appl Physiol 1984; 56:1423-25. 14. Nietrzeba RM, Elliott CG, Adams TD, Yea MP, Yanowitz FG: Effects of aminophyline upon the exercise performance of patients with stable airflow obstruction. Bull Env Physiopathol Respir 1984; 20:361-67. 15. Anderson JL, Marshall HW, Askins JC, Lutz JR, Sorensen SG, Menlove RL, Yanowitz FG, Hagan AD: A randomized trial of intravenous and intra-coronary streptokinase in patients with acute myocardial infarction Circulation1984; 70:606-13 16. Anderson JL, McIlvaine P, Marshall HW, Braw BE, Yanowitz FG, Lutz JR, Menlove RL, Hagan AD: Long-term follow-up after intracoronary streptokinase for myocardial infarction. Am Heart J 1984; 108:1402-47. 17. Adams TD, Yanowitz FG, Fisher AG, Ridges JD, Nelson AG, Hagan AD, Williams RR, Hunt SC: Heritability of cardiac size: an echocardiographic and electrocardiographic study of monozygotic and dizygotic twins. Circulation 1985; 71:39-44. 18. Anderson JL, Lutz JR, Gilbert EM, Sorensen SG, Yanowitz FG, Menlove RL, Bartholomew MB: A randomized trial of low-dose beta-blockade therapy for idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy. Am J Cardiol 1985; 55:471-77. 19. Elliott CG, Nietrzeba RM, Adams TD, Crapo RO, Yanowitz FG: Effect of intravenous aminophylline upon the incremental exercise performance in healthy men. Respiration 1985; 47:260-66. 20. Williams RR, Hasstedt SJ, Wilson DE, Ash KO, Yanowitz FG, Reiber GE, Kuida H: Evidence that men with familial hypercholesterolemia can avoid early coronary death. An analysis of 77 gene carriers in four Utah pedigrees. JAMA 1986; 255:219-23. 21. Adams TD, Yanowitz FG, Chandler S, Specht P, Lockwood R, Yea MP: A study to evaluate and promote total fitness among fire fighters. J Sports Med Physical Fitness 1986; 26:337-45. 8
  9. 9. 22. Yea MP, Adams TD, Gardner RM, Yanowitz FG: Turbine flowmeter vs. Fleisch pneumotachometer: A comparative study for exercise testing. J Appl Physiol 1987; 63:1289-95. 23. Anastasiou-Nana MI, Anderson JL, Stewart JR, Crevey BJ, Yanowitz FG, Lutz JR, Johnson TA: Occurrence of exercise-induced and spontaneous wide complex tachycardia during therapy with flecainide for complex ventricular arhythmias: A probable proarrhythmic effect. Am Heart J 1987; 113:1071-5. 24. Fisher AG, Adams TD, Yanowitz FG, Ridges JD, Orsmond G, Nelson AG: Noninvasive evaluation of world class athletes engaged in different modes of training. Amer J Cardiol 1989; 63:337-41. 25. Jensen RL, Crapo RO, Mason JD, Yanowitz FG: Small-sample reproducibility estimates: an example using rebreathing measurements. J Appl Physiol 1990; 68:1717-21. 26. Gilbert EM, Anderson JL, Deitchman D, Yanowitz FG, O'Connell JB, Renlund DG, Bartholomew M, Mealey PC, Larrabee P, Bristow MR: Long-term beta- blocker vasodilator therapy improves cardiac function in idiopathic dilated cardio- myopathy: a double-blind, randomized study of bucindolol vs. placebo. Am J Med 1990; 88:223-9. 27. Anderson JL, Gilbert EM, O'Connell JB, Renlund D, Yanowitz FG, Murray M, Roskelley M, Mealey P, Volkman K, Deitchman D, Bristow MR: Long-term (2 year) beneficial effects of beta-adrenergic blockade with bucindolol in patients with idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy. J Am Coll Cardiol 1991; 17:1373-81. 28. Jensen RL, Yanowitz FG, Crapo RO: Exercise hemodynamics and oxygen delivery measurements using rebreathing techniques in heart transplant patients. Am J Cardiol 1991; 68:129-32. 29. Woodley SL, Gilbert EM, Anderson JL, O'Connell JB, Deitchman D, Yanowitz FG, Mealey PC, Volkman K, Renlund DG, Bristow MR: B-blockade with bucindolol in heart failure caused by ischemic versus idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy. Circulation 1991; 84:2426-41. 30. Olsen SL, Gilbert EM, Renlund DG, Taylor DO, Yanowitz, FG, Bristow MR: Carvedilol improves left ventricular function and symptoms in chronic heart failure: A double-blind randomized study. J Am Coll Cardiol 1995;25:1225-31. 31. Renlund DG, Taylor DO, Ensley D, O’Connell JB, Gilbert EM, Bristow MR, Ma H, Yanowitz, FG, et al. Exercise capacity after cardiac transplantation: influence of donor and recipient characteristics. J Heart Lung Transplant 1996; 15:16-24 32. White M, Yanowitz, FG, Gilbert EM, et al. Role of beta-adrenergic receptor downregulation in the peak exercise response due to idiopathic dilated in subjects 9
  10. 10. with heart failure due to idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy. Am J Cardiol 1995;76:1271-76. 33. LaMonte M, Eisenman PA, Adams TD, Shultz BB, Ainsworth BE, Yanowitz FG. Cardiorespiratory fitness and coronary heart disease risk factors: The LDS Hospital Fitness Institute Cohort. Circulation 2000;102:1623-28. 34. Doty, DB, Flores JH, Yanowitz F, Oury JH. Maximum exercise after aortic valve replacement with pulmonary autograft. Asian Cardiovasc Thorac Ann 1999;7:37-9. 35. Zhang L, Timothy KW, Vincent GM, et al. Spectrum of ST-T wave patterns and repolarization in congenital long QT syndrome. ECG findings identify genotypes. Circulation 2000;102:2849-55. 36. Lamonte MJ, Durstine JL, Yanowitz FG, et al. Cardiorespiratory fitness and C- reactive protein among a tri-ethnic sample of women. Circulation 2002;106:403-06. 37. LaMonte MJ, Ainsworth BE, DuBose KD, Grandjean PW, Davis PG, Yanowitz FG, Durstine JL. The hypertriglyceridemic waist phenotype among women. Atherosclerosis 2003;171:123-30. 38. Aldana SG, Barlow M, Smith R, Yanowitz FG, et al. A worksite experience with the diabetes prevention program (In Press) 39. Adams, TD, Avelar E, Cloward T, …..Yanowitz FG, et al. Design and rationalew of the Utah obesity study. A study to assess morbidity following gastric bypass surgery. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2005; 26:534-551. 40. Bradshaw DI, George JD, Hyde A, LaMonte MJ, Vehrs PR, Hager RL, Yanowitz FG. An accurate VO2max nonexercise regression model for 18-65 year-old adults. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 2005;76:426-432. 41. Aldana S, Barlow M, Smith R, Yanowitz, F, Adams T. A worksite diabetes prevention program. Two-year impact on employee health. AAOHN 2006;59:1-7. Books, Book Chapters, and Reviews 1. Froelicher VF, Yanowitz FG, Thompson AJ, Lancaster MC: Treadmill exercise testing at the USAF School of Aerospace Medicine: Physiological responses in airmen and the detection of latent coronary artery disease. AGARDograph No. 210 AGARD, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 7 Rue Ancelle, 92200 Neuilly- Sur-Seine, France, 1975. 2. Yanowitz FG: Electrocardiographic methods in detecting coronary heart disease. In: Cardiac Symptoms and Arrhythmias. W.E. James (Editor); Internal Medical Education Corporation, Englewood Colorado, 1980. 10
  11. 11. 3. Yanowitz FG: Electrical activation of the heart and the normal electrocardiogram. In: Clinical Electrocardiography. W.E. James (Editor); Post-graduate Institute for Medicine, Parker, Colorado, 1981. 4. Yanowitz FG: Ischemia and the exercise ECG. In: Clinical Electrocardiography. W.E. James (Editor); Post-graduate Institute for Medicine, Parker, Colorado, 1981. 5. Yanowitz FG, Vincent GM, Lux RL, Merchant M, David D: Clinical applications of body surface ECG mapping during exericse testing. In: Computer Interpre- tation of the Electrocardiogram. Tolan GD, Pryor TA (Editors); Engineering Foundation, New York, New York 10017, 1980. 6. Adams TD, Yanowitz FG: Past, present and future trends in fitness. Obesity, Nutrition and Health Quarterly 1982; 1:1-2. 7. Yanowitz FG: Treatment of acute myocardial infarction and its complications. In: Rehabilitation in Ischemic Heart Disease. Blocker WP, Cardus D (Editors); Spectrum Publications, New York, 1983. 8. Yanowitz FG, Vincent GM, Merchant M, Lux RL, Green LS, Abildskov JA: Applications of body surface ECG mapping in coronary artery disease. In: Com- puterized Interpretation of the Electrocardiogram. RH Sylvester, D Geselowitz (Editors), Engineering Foundation, New York 10017, 1983 9. Yanowitz FG: Advances in clinical exercise testing. I: Clinical indications for exercise testing. Practical Reviews in Cardiology, Vol. 7, No. 11, 1984. 10. Yanowitz FG: Advances in clinical exercise testing. II: New concepts in diagnostic testing. Practical Reviews in Cardiology, Vol 7, No. 12, 1984. 11. Yanowitz FG: Advances in clinical exercise testing. III: Assessment of physical working capacity. Practical Reviews in Cardiology, Vol 8, No. 1, 1984. 12. Yanowitz FG: Cardiovascular effects of exercise training, Part I: Practical Reviews in Cardiology, Vol 9, No. 3, 1985. 13. Yanowitz FG: Cardiovascular effects of exercise training, Part II: Practical Reviews in Cardiology, Vol 9, No.4, 1985. 14. Yanowitz FG: The ER delimma: When to admit to the CCU. Practical Reviews in Cardiology, Vol. 9, No. 5, 1986. 15. Adams TD, Yanowitz FG, Fisher AG, Ridges JD, Nelson AG, Hagan AD, Williams RR, Hunt SC: Genetics and cardiac size. In: Sport and Human Genetics. Malina RM, Bouchard C (Editors) Human Kinetics Publisher, Inc. Champaign, Illinois, 1986. 11
  12. 12. 16. Yanowitz FG: ECG mapping during exercise: a critical review: In: Computer- ized Interpretation of the Electrocardiogram X. Proceedings of the 1985 Engin- eering foundation Comference. Engineering Foundation, New York, New York 10017, 1986. 17. Fardy PS, Yanowitz FG, Wilson PK: Cardiac Rehabilitation, Adult Fitness, and Exercise Testing (2nd Edition). Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia, 1988. 18. Yanowitz FG: Exercise prescription and cardiovascular fitness screening. In: Office Management of Athletic Injuries. MB Mellion (Editor), Hanley & Belfus, Inc., Philadelphia, 1987. 19. Yanowitz FG: The Primary Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease. The Network for Continuing Medical Education, NCME No. 2423, June 1989. 20. Yanowitz FG (Editor, and author): Coronary Heart Disease Prevention. Marcel- Dekker Inc., New York, 1992. 21. Adams TD, Fisher AG, Yanowitz FG: Maintaining The Miracle: An Owner's Manual for the Human Body. Vitality House International Inc., Provo, 1991. 22. Yanowitz FG: Diagnosis and general management principles of acute myocardial infarction. In: Modern Management of Myocardial Infarction in the Community Hospital. JL Anderson (Editor), Marcel-Dekker Inc., New York, 1991. 23. Yanowitz FG: Dietary and lifestyle interventions after acute myocardial infarct- ion. In: Modern Management of Myocardial Infarction in the Community Hos- pital. JL Anderson (Editor), Marcel-Dekker Inc., New York, 1991. 24. Yanowitz FG: Prologue: the first medical revolution and the crisis in 20th century medicine. In: Coronary Heart Disease Prevention. (F. Yanowitz, Editor) Marcel- Dekker Inc., New York, 1992. 25. Yanowitz FG: Atherosclerosis: processes vs. origins. In: Coronary Heart Disease Prevention. (F. Yanowitz, Editor) Marcel-Dekker Inc., New York, 1992. 26. Yanowitz FG, Charlton GA: Arguments for provention. In: Coronary Heart Disease Prevention. (F. Yanowitz, Editor) Marcel-Dekker Inc., New York, 1992. 27. Fardy PS, Yanowitz FG: Cardiac rehabilitation and the prevention of recurrent coronary heart disease. In: Coronary Heart Disease Prevention. (F. Yanowitz, Editor) Marcel-Dekker Inc., New York, 1992. 28. Yanowitz FG: Epilogue: a system's view toward the 21st century. In: Coronary Heart Disease Prevention. (F. Yanowitz, Editor) Marcel-Dekker Inc., New York, 1992. 12
  13. 13. 29. Butler TG, Yanowitz FG: Obesity. In: Coronary Heart Disease Prevention. (F. Yanowitz, Editor) Marcel-Dekker Inc., New York, 1992. 30. Yanowitz FG: Functional exercise testing in chronic congestive heart failure. CARDIO, April 1993, pp 56-64. 31. Fardy PS, Yanowitz FG: Cardiac Rehabilitation, Adult Fitness, and Exercise Testing, 3rd Edition. Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, 1995. 32. Yanowitz FG: Exercise prescription and cardiovascular fitness screening. In: Office Sports Medicine - 2nd Edition. (M. Mellion, Editor) Hanley & Belfus, Inc. Philadelphia 1995. 33. Gibbons RJ, Balady GJ, Beasley JW, Bricker JT, Duvernoy WFC, Froelicher VF, Mark DB, Marwick TH, McCallister BD, Thompson PD, Winters WL Jr, Yanowitz FG: ACC/AHA guidelines for exercise testing: a report of the American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association Task Force on Practice Guidelines (Committee on Exercise Testing). J Am Coll Cardiol. 1997;30:260-315. 34. Yanowitz, FG. Geriatric medicine: A view towards the 21st Century. In: Utah Soursebook On Aging. (Scott D. Wright, Editor), Empire Publishing, Salt Lake City, UT 1998. 35. Yanowitz, FG. Exercise testing methodologies. In: UpToDate in Cardiovascular Medicine (Arnsdorf MF, Gersh BJ. Editors-in-Chief); Vol 6, 1998. 36. Yanowitz, FG. Inditations and contraindications to exercise ECG testing. In: UpToDate in Cardiovascular Medicine (Arnsdorf MF, Gersh BJ. Editors-in-Chief); Vol 6, 1998. 37. Yanowitz FG. Electrographic changes during exercise ECG testing. In: UpToDate in Cardiovascular Medicine (Arnsdorf MF, Gersh BJ. Editors-in-Chief); Vol 6, 1998. 38. Yanowitz FG. Functional exercise testing: ventilatory gas analysis. In: UpToDate in Cardiovascular Medicine (Arnsdorf MF, Gersh BJ. Editors-in-Chief); Vol 6, 1998. 39. Yanowitz, FG. Screening for coronary heart disease. In: UpToDate in Cardiovascular Medicine (Arnsdorf MF, Gersh BJ. Editors-in-Chief); Vol 6, 1998. 40. Yanowitz, FG, LaMonte MJ. Physical activity and health in the elderly. Current Sports Medicine Reports 2002;1:354-361. Published Abstracts and Presentations 13
  14. 14. 1. Yanowitz FG, Preston JB, Abildskov JA: Possible role of unilateral changes in sympathetic tone in the production of neurogenic electrocardiographic abnormal- ities. Circulation 1965; 33(II):223. 2. Yanowitz FG, Fozzard HA: Real-time electrocardiographic monitoring of cor- onary care patients. Abstract and presentation at MIRU meeting, Dallas,Texas, November 11, 1969. 3. Yanowitz FG, Fozzard HA: Experiences with a computerized patient record system. Abstract and presentation at MIRU meeting, Atlantic City, New Jersey, November 10, 1970. 4. Yanowitz FG, Douglas JE, Keiser NH, Stowe DE, Lancaster MC: Quantitative stress vectorcardiography. Abstract and presentation to The Society of Air Force Physicians, Arlington, Virgina, February 25, 1972. 5. Yanowitz FG, Pryor TA, Morgan TD, Warner HR: The HELP system for medi- cal decision making. In: Clinical Medicine and the Computer. Proceeding of the Fourth Annual Conference of the Society for Computer Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 7-10, 1974. 6. Yanowitz FG, Pryor TA, Frost D: A computerized ECG alarm system for the coronary card unit. In: Computers in Cardiology, October 7-9, 1976, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, IEEE Catalog No. 76CH1160-IC. 7. Pryor TA, Yanowitz FG: Computer assisted analysis of the treadmill exercise ECG. In: Computers in Cardiology, October 7-9, 1976, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, IEEE Catalog No. 76CH1160-IC. 8. Marshall HW, Klausner SC, Yanowitz FG, Ridges JD: Use of axial LAO ventri- culograms in patients with ventricular aneurysms. Clin Res 1978; 26:95A. 9. Esplin C, Yanowitz FG, Pryor TA: Evaluation of computerized arrhythmia alarms and treatment protocols in the coronary care unit. Clin Res 1978; 29:90A. 10. Yanowitz FG, Marshall HW, Crapo R, Morris A: Noninvasive evaluation of cardiac function by rebreathing technique. Circulation 1978; 58(II):81. 11. Merchant M, Vincent GM, Lux RL, Yanowitz FG: An ECG surface potential mapping system for stress testing. Annual Conference on Engineering, Medicine and Biology, October 6-10, 1979. 12. Fisher AG, Adams TD, Ridges JD, Yanowitz FG, Lovell K, Pryor TA: Cardiac adaptations to endurance training as determined by echocardiography and elec- trocardiography. Abstract and presentation at American College of Sports Med- icine Meeting. Medicine and Science in Sports 1979; 1!:83. 14
  15. 15. 13. Vincent GM, Lux R, Yanowitz FG, Abildskov JA, Merchant M, Davis D: R vol- tage changes during exercise testing: evaluation by body surface mapping. Circulation 1979; 60(II):1037. 14. Vincent GM, Lux, Davis D, Yanowitz FG, Merchant M: Body surface distri- bution of ST depression during exericse in patients with coronary artery disease. Am J Cardiol 1980; 45:469. 15. Yanowitz FG, Vincent GM, Lux R, Merchant M: Changes in peak R-wave vol- tage before and after exercise: evaluation by body surface potential mapping. Clin Res 1980; 28:223A. 16. Merchant M, Vincent GM, Lux RL, Yanowitz FG: An ECG surface potential mapping system for stress testing. In: Proceedings of Annual Conference for Engineering Medicine and Biology, October 6-10, 1979. 17. Merchant M, Evans AK, Lux RL, Yanowitz FG, Vincent GM: Prediction of coronary artery disease using body surface mapping. Circulation 1980; 62(II):1330. 18. Merchant M, Lux RL, Vincent GM, Evans AK, Yanowitz FG: Application of body surface potential mapping to exercise testing: A comparison with 123 lead ECG. Clin Res 1981; 26:16A. 19. Fisher AG, Adams TD, Yanowitz FG, Ridges JD, Orsmond G, Nelson A: Non- invasive evaluation of world class athletes: cardiovascular adaptations to different modes of training. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 1981; 13:102. 20. Waki R, Clayton PD, Jensen RL, Yanowitz FG, Liddle HV: Patient specific medical decision analysis using the HELP system. In: Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care, 1981. 21. Quaal SJ, Yanowitz FG: Relationships of estimated VO2max, lesiure time activity, lipid levels, percent body fat, blood pressure and wieght in male office workers. Circulation 1981; 64(IV):201. 22. Kwok W, Pryor TA, Hagan AD, Yanowitz FG: The effect of computer reported clinical information on the cardiologist's behavior in the interpretation of electro- cardiograms. In: Computers in Cardiology, September 18-21, 1984, Salt Lake City, Utah. 23. Holmen JR, Pryor TA, Hagan AD, Bishop DT, Lux RL, Yanowitz FG: Com- puter derived echo modeling of chamber size and comparison of multivariate linear ECG Parameters. In: Computers in Cardiology, September 18-21, 1984, Salt Lake City, Utah. 15
  16. 16. 24. Jensen RL, Yanowitz FG, Crapo RO, Elliott CG, Renlund DG: Cardiac function during exercise in heart transplant subjects assessed with a noninvasive acetylene rebreathing technique. Clin Res 1987; 35:108A. 25. Yanowitz FG, Jensen RL, Crapo RO, Renlund DG: Assessment of cardiovascular response to exercise in heart transplant patinets by acetylene rebreathing. Circulation 1987; 76(II):1077. 26. Yanowitz FG: The Alan E. Lindsay ECG Learning Center. J Am Coll Cardiol 1990; 15:268A. 27. Yanowitz FG: Shifting paradigms in medicine: implications for prevention. Presentation, 37th Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicie, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 23, 1990. 28. Olsen SL, Yanowitz FG, Gilbert EM, et al. B-blocker related improvement in submaximal exercise tolerance in heart failure from idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy (IDC). J Am Coll Cardiol 1992; 19:146A. 29. Gilbert EM, Yanowitz FG, Anderson J, O'Connell JB, Bristow MR. Effect of long- term B-blockade with metoprolol on exercise tolerance in patients with idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy. J Am Coll Cardiol 1993; 21:115A. 16

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