Victor S. Behar, MD

Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Campus mail 7412 Hosp North, Durham, NC 27710
Phone (919) 684-4295
Email address vbehar@nc.rr.com

Current activities in the Department of Medicine are primarily directed towards patient care. As a result, I will continue to be involved in clinical trials relating to patients with coronary artery disease undergoing thrombolytic therapy, anti-platelet therapy, and the various modalities of interventional procedures as well as the evaluation for restenosis in these patients.

Education and Training

  • M.D., Duke University, 1961

Publications

Craig, RJ, Whalen, RE, Behar, VS, and McIntosh, HD. "Pressure and volume changes of the left ventricle in acute pericardial tamponade." Am J Cardiol 22, no. 1 (July 1968): 65-74.

PMID
5659946
Scholars@Duke

Chen, JT, Behar, VS, Morris, JJ, McIntosh, HD, and Lester, RG. "Correlation of roentgen findings with hemodynamic data in pure mitral stenosis." Am J Roentgenol Radium Ther Nucl Med 102, no. 2 (February 1968): 280-292.

PMID
4865616
Scholars@Duke

Behar, VS, Whalen, RE, and McIntosh, HD. "The ballooning mitral valve in patients with the "precordial honk" or "whoop"." The American Journal of Cardiology 20, no. 6 (December 1967): 789-795.

PMID
6058372
Full Text

Rackley, CE, Behar, VS, Whalen, RE, and McIntosh, HD. "Biplane cineangiographic determinations of left ventricular function: pressure-volume relationships." Am Heart J 74, no. 6 (December 1967): 766-779.

PMID
5624109
Scholars@Duke

Robertson, WG, Zeft, HJ, Behar, VS, and Welch, BE. "Observations on man in an oxygen-helium environment at 380 mm. Hg total pressure. II. Respiratory." Aerosp Med 37, no. 5 (May 1966): 453-456.

PMID
4379934
Scholars@Duke

Epperson, WL, Quigley, DG, Robertson, WG, Behar, VS, and Welch, BE. "Observations on man in an oxygen-helium environment at 380 mm. Hg total pressure. 3. Heat exchange." Aerosp Med 37, no. 5 (May 1966): 457-462.

PMID
4379935
Scholars@Duke

Zeft, HJ, Behar, VS, Quigley, DG, Ulvedal, F, Shaw, EG, and Welch, BE. "Observations on man in an oxygen-helium environment at 380 mm. Hg total pressure. I. Clinical." Aerosp Med 37, no. 5 (May 1966): 449-453.

PMID
4379933
Scholars@Duke

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