coronary

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coronary

1. Anatomy designating blood vessels, nerves, ligaments, etc., that encircle a part or structure
2. short for coronary thrombosis
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Studies in patients with cardiac arrest outside hospital have consistently found that epinephrine increases aortic relaxation pressure and increases coronary perfusion pressure, increasing the chances of achieving ROSC.
The Ang II infusion induced increases in coronary perfusion pressure in a concentration-dependent fashion in all experimental groups (Figure 3(a)).
In addition to blood pressure, physicians must be concerned about a patient's coronary perfusion pressure, the pressure at which blood flows through the coronary vessels while the heart is filling with blood between contractions.