In this operation, the myocardium of the affected ventricle is physically excised to prevent obstruction of the ventricular outflow tract, hereby decreasing afterload and decreasing cardiac work
. In this manner, the operation preserves cardiac function in what would otherwise be a persistently stressed heart.
After reoxygenation cardiac work
index in control group stimulated at initial 5 Hz rate was significantly lower than in Oxacom group (p < 0.02).
An increase in [Na.sup.+]/ [K.sup.+] ATPase expression occurs independently of increased cardiac work
His cardiac work
up was unremarkable and revealed a normal thallium scan.
Addition of 1 mumol/L TMZ 30 min into the perfusion did not affect fatty acid oxidation rates, cardiac work
, or coronary flow.
requires less cardiac work
and puts less strain on your heart.
A fitness to practice hearing in Manchester yesterday a panel decided that he was unable to carry out cardiac work
and imposed sanctions on him for a period of 12 months.
At a fitness to practice hearing in Manchester yesterday, a panel decided he was unable to carry out cardiac work
and imposed sanctions on him for 12 months.
The interdependence between cardiac work
and diastolic volume was first described in 1856 by Carl Ludwig: "a strong heart that is filled with blood empties itself more or less completely, in other words, changes the extent of the contractile power" (2).
Prolonged use of propranolol safely decreases cardiac work
in burned children.
By dilating arteries and veins, it reduces cardiac work
The authors noted that normal maternal physiologic characteristics of pregnancy include increased cardiac work
and blood volume, insulin resistance, hyperlipidemia, elevated coagulation factors, and inflammatory responses.