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Pulse rate and cardiac output were below normal at rest and on exercise; peripheral resistance was high. Footnotes Requests for reprints should be sent to B.N.C.P., Medical Unit, University College ...

British Heart Journal, Articles, B. N.C. Prichard, Elliot Shinebourne, James Fleming, John Hamer

Date : 08/09/2016

Blood pressure was measured with an automated device; cardiac output was estimated by M-mode echocardiography and indexed by body surface area. [...]our findings lend support to the view that change ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A Hofman, R C Ellison, J Newburger, O Miettinen

Date : 01/10/1982

Increasing doses of labetalol were infused to lower systolic blood pressure to less than 130 mmHg; the optimal rate was then maintained for one hour (mean rate: 2.3 mg/min). Labetalol lowered blood ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M Renard, A Rivière, P Jacobs, R Bernard

Date : 01/06/1983

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

METHODS AND RESULTS--In 22 patients with congestive heart failure and water retention the body fluid mass was reduced by ultrafiltration and the neurohumoral reaction was monitored. CONCLUSIONS--In ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M D Guazzi, P Agostoni, B Perego, G Lauri, A Salvioni, F Giraldi, M Matturri, M Guazzi, G Marenzi

Date : 01/12/1994

M-mode echocardiograms and blood pressure were recorded before entry to the trial, twice during each week of treatment with metoprolol or propranolol, and daily for three days and on the seventh day ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J H Bett, L Dryburgh, D E Hetherington

Date : 01/05/1980

During early tilt, sympathetic activity, heart rate, left ventricular contractility, and cardiac output increased. Asystole and peripheral vasodilatation may be caused by sudden and complete ...

Heart, Research Article, D. L. Jardine, H. Ikram, I. G. Crozier

Date : 01/05/1996

Dihydralazine increased heart rate to an extent depending on dose, decreased diastolic blood pressure, end systolic diameter, and end systolic wall stress, and enhanced fractional shortening and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, H C Stern, J H Matthews, G G Belz

Date : 01/10/1984

Fluid retention in these patients is not caused by heart failure and the exact mechanisms remain unclear. METHODS AND RESULTS--Haemodynamic variables, body fluid compartments, renal function, and ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, I S Anand, Y Chandrashekhar, R Ferrari, P A Poole-Wilson, P C Harris

Date : 01/10/1993