Evolving Concepts of Coronary Pressure-Flow Relationships

  • Francis J. Klocke
  • John M. CantyJr.
  • Robert E. Mates
Part of the Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine book series (DICM, volume 42)

Abstract

Following Bellamy’s 1978 report concerning diastolic coronary pressure-flow relationships (1), several laboratories have reinvestigated the relative roles of changes in driving pressure and resistance in physiological adjustments of coronary flow.

Keywords

Adenosine Resis Sine Stein Pentobarbital 

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© Martinus Nijhoff Publishing, Boston 1984

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  • Francis J. Klocke
  • John M. CantyJr.
  • Robert E. Mates

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