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Abstract Objective: Since muscles, vessels and interstitial spaces are in close physical proximity in the heart wall, interstitial (i.e., intramyocardial) pressure (IMP) should be affected by the ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Frank C.P Yin, Hiroshi Yamada

Date : 01/05/1997 Item size : 165009 bytes

Methods/results: In isolated, constant pressure (CP) perfused guinea pig hearts a step change of arterial pCO2 from 38.6 to 61.4 mm Hg induced a bi-phasic flow response with an early transient ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Anke Heintz, Thea Koch, Andreas Deussen

Date : 01/04/2005 Item size : 258820 bytes

Abstract Objective: To test the role of an oncotic pressure gradient across the endothelial glycocalyx with respect to extravasation of fluid and colloids and development of tissue edema in a whole ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Matthias Jacob, Dirk Bruegger, Markus Rehm, Mechthild Stoeckelhuber, Ulrich Welsch, Peter Conzen, Bernhard F. Becker

Date : 01/02/2007 Item size : 280825 bytes

Abstract Objective: We tested the hypothesis that the rate of adaptation of coronary metabolic vasodilatation and autoregulation is modulated by the cardiac nerves. Reflex coronary vasodilatation ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Isabelle Vergroesen, Daphne Merkus, Jurgen W.G.E van Teeffelen, Jenny Dankelman, Jos A.E Spaan, Harry B van Wezel, Mark I.M Noble, Angela J Drake-Holland

Date : 01/12/1999 Item size : 244066 bytes

Methods: Rats underwent open-chest surgery with either coronary artery occlusion or sham operation, and were studied 8 weeks later using in situ heart perfusion and nerve stimulation ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Xiao-Jun Du, Helen S. Cox, Anthony M. Dart, Murray D. Esler

Date : 01/09/1999 Item size : 328546 bytes

MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES--Left ventricular systolic function in terms of aortic flow, peak systolic pressure (LVPmax), dP/dtmax, and the end systolic pressure-volume relation (ESPVR); early relaxation ...

Heart, Research Article, J. D. Schipke, B. Korbmacher, A. Dorszewski, G. Selcan, U. Sunderdiek, G. Arnold

Date : 01/01/1996

Notably, in experiments dating back to the 1860s, it was shown that partial occlusion of the renal vein led to an immediate decline in renal blood flow, glomerular filtration rate (GFR), and sodium ...

European Journal of Heart Failure, Testani, Jeffrey M., Damman, Kevin

Date : 01/06/2013 Item size : 89384 bytes

A significant proportion of cell death during myocardial ischaemiareperfusion injury occurs during reperfusion, in the form of necrosis, and that can be prevented by manoeuvres applied at the onset ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Laura Valls-Lacalle, Ignasi Barba, Elisabet Miró-Casas, Juan José Alburquerque-Béjar, Marisol Ruiz-Meana, Marina Fuertes-Agudo, Antonio ...

Date : 01/03/2016 Item size : 332060 bytes

During low-flow perfusion, the coronary endothelium was stimulated by thrombin before and during infusion of a bolus: 108 washed human platelets±the ArgGlyAsp (RGD) analogon lamifiban, the ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Bernhard Heindl, Stefan Zahler, Ulrich Welsch, Bernhard F Becker

Date : 01/05/1998 Item size : 292467 bytes

Abstract Objective: The aims were to validate the use of a direct reading NO electrode, to compare the effects of diverse acting drugs on altering coronary flow (CF) and NO release, and to examine ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Satoshi Fujita, David L Roerig, Zeljko J Bosnjak, David F Stowe

Date : 01/06/1998 Item size : 291609 bytes