Leoné Malan
Leoné Malan
Professor of Physiology, North-West University, South Africa
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Are behavioural risk factors to be blamed for the conversion from optimal blood pressure to hypertensive status in Black South Africans? A 5-year prospective study
AE Schutte, R Schutte, HW Huisman, JM Van Rooyen, CMT Fourie, ...
International journal of epidemiology 41 (4), 1114-1123, 2012
Psychophysiological risk markers of cardiovascular disease
M Hamer, L Malan
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 35 (1), 76-83, 2010
Hypertension types defined by clinic and ambulatory blood pressure in 14 143 patients referred to hypertension clinics worldwide. Data from the ARTEMIS study
S Omboni, D Aristizabal, A De la Sierra, E Dolan, G Head, T Kahan, ...
Journal of hypertension 34 (11), 2187-2198, 2016
Cohort profile: sympathetic activity and ambulatory blood pressure in Africans (SABPA) prospective cohort study
L Malan, M Hamer, N Frasure-Smith, HS Steyn, NT Malan
International Journal of Epidemiology 44 (6), 1814-1822, 2015
Comparison of central pressure estimates obtained from SphygmoCor, Omron HEM-9000AI and carotid applanation tonometry
JG Kips, AE Schutte, SJ Vermeersch, HW Huisman, JM Van Rooyen, ...
Journal of hypertension 29 (6), 1115-1120, 2011
Coping with urbanization: A cardiometabolic risk?: The THUSA study
L Malan, NT Malan, MP Wissing, YK Seedat
Biological Psychology 79 (3), 323-328, 2008
Association between nutritional awareness and diet quality: evidence from the observation of cardiovascular risk factors in Luxembourg (ORISCAV-LUX) study
A Alkerwi, N Sauvageot, L Malan, N Shivappa, JR Hébert
Nutrients 7 (4), 2823-2838, 2015
Arterial stiffness profiles: investigating various sections of the arterial tree of African and Caucasian people
AE Schutte, HW Huisman, R Schutte, JM Van Rooyen, L Malan, NT Malan, ...
Clinical and experimental hypertension 33 (8), 511-517, 2011
Inflammation, obesity and cardiovascular function in African and Caucasian women from South Africa: the POWIRS study
AE Schutte, D Van Vuuren, JM Van Rooyen, HW Huisman, R Schutte, ...
Journal of human hypertension 20 (11), 850-859, 2006
Adipokines and cardiometabolic function: How are they interlinked?
AE Schutte, HW Huisman, R Schutte, JM Van Rooyen, L Malan, ...
Regulatory peptides 164 (2-3), 133-138, 2010
SASOCP position statement on the pharmacist’s role in antibiotic stewardship 2018
B Godman, P Skosana, A Van Jaarsveld, G Schellack, AP Messina, ...
Southern African Journal of Infectious Diseases 33 (1), 28-35, 2018
Blood pressure variability is significantly associated with ECG left ventricular mass in normotensive Africans: the SABPA Study
AE Schutte, R Schutte, HW Huisman, JM Van Rooyen, CMT Fourie, ...
Hypertension Research 34 (10), 1127-1134, 2011
Facilitated defensive coping, silent ischaemia and ECG left-ventricular hypertrophy: the SABPA study
L Malan, M Hamer, MP Schlaich, GW Lambert, BH Harvey, M Reimann, ...
Journal of hypertension 30 (3), 543-550, 2012
Aging influences the level and functions of fasting plasma ghrelin levels: the POWIRS-Study
AE Schutte, HW Huisman, R Schutte, JM van Rooyen, L Malan, NT Malan
Regulatory Peptides 139 (1-3), 65-71, 2007
Cardiovascular reactivity in Black South-African males of different age groups: the influence of urbanization
JM Van Rooyen, HW Huisman, FC Eloff, PJ Laubscher, L Malan, ...
Ethnicity & Disease 12 (1), 69-75, 2002
Associations between reactive oxygen species, blood pressure and arterial stiffness in black South Africans: the SABPA study
R Kruger, R Schutte, HW Huisman, JM Van Rooyen, NT Malan, ...
Journal of human hypertension 26 (2), 91-97, 2012
Specific coping strategies of Africans during urbanization: comparing cardiovascular responses and perception of health data
L Malan, AE Schutte, NT Malan, MP Wissing, HH Vorster, HS Steyn, ...
Biological Psychology 72 (3), 305-310, 2006
Recent advances in understanding hypertension development in sub-Saharan Africa
AE Schutte, S Botha, CMT Fourie, LF Gafane-Matemane, R Kruger, ...
Journal of human hypertension 31 (8), 491-500, 2017
Defensive coping facilitates higher blood pressure and early sub-clinical structural vascular disease via alterations in heart rate variability: the SABPA study
L Malan, M Hamer, MP Schlaich, G Lambert, T Ziemssen, M Reimann, ...
Atherosclerosis 227 (2), 391-397, 2013
Differences and similarities regarding adiponectin investigated in African and Caucasian women
AE Schutte, HW Huisman, R Schutte, L Malan, JM van Rooyen, NT Malan, ...
European journal of endocrinology 157 (2), 181-188, 2007
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