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On inspiration these changes should improve systolic emptying of a larger end diastolic volume and so increase the ejection fraction, whereas on expiration the reverse should be true. The resting ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J L Caplin, W D Flatman, L Dyke, M N Wiseman, D S Dymond

Date : 01/10/1989
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Relation between coronary anatomy and serial changes in left ventricular function on exercise: a study using first pass radionuclide angiography with gold-195m. In the seven patients with three ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J L Caplin, D S Dymond, J C O'Keefe, W D Flatman, L Dyke, S O Banim, R A Spurrell

Date : 01/02/1986
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The results in 12 subjects with normal coronary arteries were compared with those in 12 patients with coronary artery disease. Left ventricular ejection fraction fell significantly from resting ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, D S Dymond, J L Caplin, W Flatman, P Burnett, S Banim, R Spurrell

Date : 01/05/1984