coronary perfusion


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coronary perfusion

The passage of blood through the arteries of the heart.
See also: perfusion
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Under these conditions, TGS significantly and dose-dependently increased coronary perfusion flow rate, indicating the dilation of coronary artery.
In conclusion, we for the first time demonstrated that TGS can elevate coronary perfusion flow of isolated rat hearts in Langendorff system under either basal perfusion or I/R injury condition, a consequence of coronary artery dilation, which also protected heart tissues from I/R injury.
Importance of the duration of inadequate coronary perfusion pressure on resuscitation from cardiac arrest.
Also presented at this years ESC was an abstract entitled, "Improved stress radionuclide coronary perfusion and exercise capacity after enhanced external counterpulsation," by lead author, Dr.
These include the reduction or elimination of angina symptoms through increased coronary perfusion and enhanced development of collateral circulation in both diabetic and non-diabetic patients.
The New Therapeutic Approach with Enhanced External Counterpulsation in Patients with Chronic Stable Angina: Evaluation of Myocardial Flow by N-13 Ammonia PET" is the first study to investigate quantitative coronary perfusion and coronary flow reserve (CFR) associated with EECP therapy.