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Oxygen exchange between blood and tissue in the myocardium

  • Jos A. E. Spaan
  • Peter A. Wieringa
Part of the Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine book series (DICM, volume 124)

Abstract

Oxygen transport to the myocytes has been recognized as a factor of utmost importance to cardiac metabolism and control of blood flow for many decades. On a macroscopic scale, the problem seems simple since supply and demand are normally matched, as discussed in Chapter 9. However, as discussed in Chapters 1 and 3, both flow and oxygen pressures may vary widely in the myocardium at the microscopic level and in tissue units of milligrams and grams.

Keywords

Oxygen Consumption Oxygen Pressure Oxygen Transfer Capillary Wall Oxygen Exchange 
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  • Peter A. Wieringa

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