Mechanisms underlying systemic hemodynamic responses to experimental coronary artery occlusion. A preliminary study with hexamethonium

B. Trimarco, F. Rengo, B. Ricciardelli, M. Volpe, L. Saccá, A. De Simone, M. Condorelli

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Abstract

The hemodynamic changes induced by coronary occlusion were investigated in anesthetized dogs. Coronary occlusion elicited an immediate but transient increase in the systemic blood pressure and in the vascular resistance of the hind limb perfused at constant flow. Thereafter, systemic hypotension and vasodilatation in the perfused region were observed. Vagotomy abolished the initial increase of the systemic and perfusion pressure and reduced significantly the late vasodilator response both systemically and in the perfused hind limb. After the subsequent administration of hexamethonium the vasodilatation in the hind limb was no longer manifest but the fall in blood pressure was unmodified. These results seem to suggest that multiple mechanisms are involved in the hemodynamic response to coronary occlusion.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)407-412
Number of pages6
JournalJapanese Heart Journal
Volume22
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1981

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Hexamethonium
Coronary Occlusion
Coronary Vessels
Extremities
Hemodynamics
Vasodilation
Blood Pressure
Vagotomy
Vasodilator Agents
Vascular Resistance
Hypotension
Perfusion
Dogs
Pressure

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Trimarco, B., Rengo, F., Ricciardelli, B., Volpe, M., Saccá, L., De Simone, A., & Condorelli, M. (1981). Mechanisms underlying systemic hemodynamic responses to experimental coronary artery occlusion. A preliminary study with hexamethonium. Japanese Heart Journal, 22(3), 407-412.

Mechanisms underlying systemic hemodynamic responses to experimental coronary artery occlusion. A preliminary study with hexamethonium. / Trimarco, B.; Rengo, F.; Ricciardelli, B.; Volpe, M.; Saccá, L.; De Simone, A.; Condorelli, M.

In: Japanese Heart Journal, Vol. 22, No. 3, 1981, p. 407-412.

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Trimarco, B, Rengo, F, Ricciardelli, B, Volpe, M, Saccá, L, De Simone, A & Condorelli, M 1981, 'Mechanisms underlying systemic hemodynamic responses to experimental coronary artery occlusion. A preliminary study with hexamethonium', Japanese Heart Journal, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 407-412.
Trimarco, B. ; Rengo, F. ; Ricciardelli, B. ; Volpe, M. ; Saccá, L. ; De Simone, A. ; Condorelli, M. / Mechanisms underlying systemic hemodynamic responses to experimental coronary artery occlusion. A preliminary study with hexamethonium. In: Japanese Heart Journal. 1981 ; Vol. 22, No. 3. pp. 407-412.
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