Archive for the ‘Aortic Pressure’ Category

Our study compared left anterior descending coronary artery flows and rates of coronary thrombolysis when systolic BP was pharmacologically increased with norepinephrine infusion or mechanically increased by inflation of a Fogarty catheter in the descending aorta. Systolic BP increased to a similar value with both interventions. Corresponding to the similar systolic BPs, diastolic BPs increased […]

Table 1 illustrates mean (┬▒SE) values of hemodynamic effects of coronary thrombosis in all eight dogs. Note that following clot, systolic BP, pulmonary artery diastolic pressure, and heart rate remained constant and CO decreased (p<0.005). Female Pink Viagra Canadian Figure 2 depicts the effects of clot on blood flow in the left anterior descending coronary […]

Eight dogs (24 to 34 kg) were anesthetized with IV pentobarbital sodium (30 mg/kg) that was supplemented as required to maintain anesthesia. Their treatment conformed to the guidelines of the University of Manitoba Animal Care Committee. Each dog was mechanically ventilated in a right lateral decubitus position via an endotracheal tube with 100% 02 with […]

This study was designed to compare the effect of a mechanical vs a pharmacologic increase in BP on coronary artery blood flow and thrombolysis induced by IV administration of recombinant tissue plasminogen activator. We employed a canine model of coronary thrombosis induced by injection of radioactive blood clot in the left anterior descending coronary artery. […]


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