Myocardial oxygen consumption after major coronary artery occlusion in anaesthetized dogs with constant left ventricular workload

Kralios ACtsagaris, T.H.; Kuida, H.

Cardiovascular Research 10(6): 642-649

1976


ISSN/ISBN: 0008-6363
PMID: 991163
DOI: 10.1093/cvr/10.6.642
Accession: 005952499

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Abstract
In dogs with fixed external workload, reduction of functioning myocardium from 13.3 to 40.9% by coronary artery occlusion (CAO) did not affect myocardial O2 consumption for periods up to 77 min following CAO. The use of reserve capacity supplementing equal functional loss of myocardium did not alter O2 consumption.