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In the controls cardiac output and blood pressure increased significantly owing to an increase in heart rate with no change in stroke volume. In the transplant group cardiac output, heart rate, and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, S C Robson, S S Furniss, A Heads, R J Boys, C McGregor, R S Bexton

Date : 01/03/1989

A maximal symptom limited exercise test comprising impedance measurements for the estimation of stroke volume at rest and at different levels of exercise was performed early after admission by 26 ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P Grande, A Pedersen

Date : 01/01/1982

Q = bulk flow, R = resistance) This relation can be restated for the whole circulation in terms of mean arterial pressure, cardiac output, and peripheral resistance (box 2). (where MAP = mean ...

Heart, Education in Heart, Jamil Mayet, Alun Hughes

Date : 01/09/2003

A Zaidia, D Benitezb, P A Gaydeckib, A Vohrac, A P Fitzpatricka aManchester Heart Centre, The Royal Infirmary, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9WL, UK, bDepartment of Instrumentation and Analytical ...

Heart, Cardiovascular medicine, A Zaidi, D Benitez, P A Gaydecki, A Vohra, A P Fitzpatrick

Date : 01/02/2000

Abstract Aims In patients with vasovagal syncope (VVS), a neural reflex appears the main determinant of hypotension leading to loss of consciousness; whether hypotension is mainly due to involvement ...

Europace, SYNCOPE, Giuseppe Fucà, Maurizio Dinelli, Paolo Suzzani, Salvatore Scarfò, Fabio Tassinari, Paolo Alboni

Date : 01/10/2006

A double-blind cross-over trial of the non-selective beta-blocker propranolol and the beta1-selective blocker metoprolol was carried out in 8 hypertensive patients. Both beta-blockers resulted in ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, C L van Herwaarden, R A Binkhorst, J F Fennis, A van't Laar

Date : 01/01/1979

The hemodynamic response to emotional stress (mental arithmetic) was studied in ten borderline and ten mild hypertensives in comparison to ten age-matched normotensives. Due to emotional stress the ...

European Heart Journal, SCHULTE, W., NEUS, H.

Date : 01/11/1983 Item size : 86146 bytes

During normal daily activities exertion, fatigue, and dyspnoea are frequently reported, and reduced maximal exercise capacity found in the setting of laboratory-based testing is well known.1 ...

European Heart Journal, Refsgaard, Jens

Date : 01/04/2005

A nuclear probe was used to assess beat-to-beat changes in relative cardiac output in eight elite athletes during isometric exercise. The mechanism of this may be twofold: increased venous tone ...

European Heart Journal, HUGHES, L. O., HEBER, M. E., LAHIRI, A., HARRIES, M., RAFTERY, E. B.

Date : 01/10/1989 Item size : 99404 bytes

With dopexamine hydrochloride, there were dose-dependent increases from control in cardiac output and stroke volume, decreases in blood pressure, right and left atrial pressure, systemic vascular ...

European Heart Journal, BAUMANN, G., GUTTING, M., PFAFFEROTT, C., NINGEL, K., KLEIN, G.

Date : 01/05/1988 Item size : 106038 bytes