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Methods: Mean arterial pressure (MAP), cerebral blood flow (CBF) and heart rate (HR) were measured in urethane-anaesthetised rats after intravenous administration of lysγ2-MSH, γ2-MSH, ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Marjoleen J.M.A Nijsen, Gerrit J.W de Ruiter, Carina M Kasbergen, Dick J de Wildt

Date : 01/01/2001 Item size : 240938 bytes

Introduction The sympathetic nervous system contributes importantly to arterial pressure control under varying conditions by modifying cardiac output, peripheral vascular resistance and renal ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Olaf Grisk, Rainer Rettig

Date : 01/02/2004 Item size : 366114 bytes

Fortunately, drug therapy along with dietary and lifestyle changes can reduce blood pressure and, therefore, the complications of hypertension in most individuals. While the precise cause of ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Jawahar L. Mehta, Zufeng Ding, Shijie Liu, Xianwei Wang, Magomed Khaidakov

Date : 01/07/2014 Item size : 175047 bytes

[18] (pages 208216) in this issue. 1 Introduction The aetiology of cardiac syndrome X the problem of the patient with chest pain of anginal quality, ischaemic-like changes on the stress ...

Cardiovascular Research, Editorial, Stuart D Rosen

Date : 01/11/2001 Item size : 240823 bytes

[...]it became evident that natriuretic peptides may be used therapeutically. Because of their peptide character, they cannot be administered orally and, therefore, may be used for short-term ...

Cardiovascular Research, Review, Hans Peter Brunner-La Rocca, Wolfgang Kiowski, David Ramsay, Gabor Sütsch

Date : 15/08/2001 Item size : 523625 bytes

Results: The placement of an AV fistula caused progressive sodium retention (UNaV decreased from 1500 to 100 μequiv./day), a significant drop in mean arterial blood pressure (MAP) from 127±3 to ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Zaid A. Abassi, Sergey Brodsky, Tony Karram, Igor Dobkin, Joseph Winaver, Aaron Hoffman

Date : 15/08/2001

Abstract Objective: The mechanism by which ischemic preconditioning protects the heart is presumed to be related to the reduction of energy consumption during a subsequent myocardial ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Yasushi Takasaki, Naoto Adachi, Kentaro Dote, Shinzo Tsubota, Toshihiro Yorozuya, Tatsuru Arai

Date : 01/08/1998

The mechanisms involved in the loss of physiological daynight variation are still unclear, but a continuously active sympathetic nervous system could play a role. The present study evaluated ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Klaus Witte, Kai Hu, Johanna Swiatek, Claudia Müssig, Georg Ertl, Björn Lemmer

Date : 01/08/2000

KeywordsRatBrain deathHaemodynamic collapseAdrenergic systemAutonomic nervous systemHeart rate variabilityTime for primary review 32 days. 1 Introduction Since in the first part of this study [1], it ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Paul Herijgers, Willem Flameng

Date : 01/04/1998

Recent evidence implicates the sympathetic nervous system's involvement in the genesis of the systemic perturbations seen in patients following non-traumatic SAH [7]. The rationale for using power ...

Cardiovascular Research, Original Article, Elisabeth Lambert, Gavin Lambert, Céline Fassot, Peter Friberg, Jean-Luc Elghozi

Date : 01/03/2000