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Circulatory responses to hypoxia in experimental myocardial infarction.
Author and Affiliation:
Schroll, M.
Robison, S. C.
Harrison, D. C.(Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif., United States)
Abstract: Three levels of decreased arterial oxygen saturation elicited a graded circulatory response in dogs, manifested by stepwise increases in cardiac output, left ventricular dp/dt, and stroke volume, and decreases in systemic vascular resistance. Responses to similar hypoxia challenges after experimental myocardial infarction were qualitatively similar but quantitatively less. Although the circulatory compensation for hypoxia was less effective after myocardial infarction, no further deterioration of the haemodynamics was noted.
Publication Date: Oct 01, 1971
Document ID:
19720032486
(Acquired Dec 04, 1995)
Accession Number: 72A16152
Subject Category: BIOSCIENCES
Document Type: Journal Article
Publication Information: Cardiovascular Research; p. Oct. 197; 5
Publisher Information: United Kingdom
Contract/Grant/Task Num: NIH-HE-09058; NIH-HE-5709; NIH-HE-5866; NGL-05-020-305
Financial Sponsor: NASA; United States
Description: 8p; In English
Distribution Limits: Unclassified; Publicly available; Unlimited
Rights: Copyright
NASA Terms: HEMODYNAMIC RESPONSES; HYPOXIA; INFARCTION; MYOCARDIUM; ARTERIES; BLOOD CIRCULATION; BLOOD PRESSURE; CARDIAC VENTRICLES; DOGS; ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY; HEART FUNCTION; HEART RATE; HEMATOCRIT; HEMOGLOBIN; OXYGEN CONSUMPTION; PHYSIOLOGICAL TESTS
Imprint And Other Notes: Cardiovascular Research, vol. 5, Oct. 1971, p. 498-505.
Miscellaneous Notes: p. 498-505
Availability Source: Other Sources
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