Published December 31, 1899
by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||J.A. Spaan (Editor), A.V. Bruschke (Editor), Adriana C. Gittenberger-de Groot (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||260|
Coronary Circulation: Basic Mechanism and Clinical Relevance Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by Fumihiko Kajiya (Editor)Format: Paperback. Using a biomechanical approach, this book addresses coronary circulation in a quantitative manner based on models rooted in experimental data that account for the various physical determinants of coronary blood flow including myocardial-vessel interactions and . The book features papers presented at a recent international symposium, the fourth in a series of meetings on Applied Physiology of the Peripheral Circulation. The papers selected by the editors review the most impor tant advances in the fields of cardiology and the coronary cturer: Springer. Purchasing Options: Paperback E-book Paperback & E-book Combo The coronary circulation is unique in that it is responsible for maintaining adequate oxygen and substrate delivery to the organ that generates the pressure needed to drive blood throughout the entire circulatory system.
The book, Coronary, exposes Tenet Healthcare and its agents for their illegal and immoral practices. At the recommendation of a physician, I bought and read the book. However, it was not a smooth read/5(74). In right dominant coronary circulation, the posterior descending artery serves as a collateral vessel to the basal left anterior descending artery through septal perforators, which would mean that a patient with proximal left anterior descending coronary artery stenosis has the additional benefit of possibly receiving supply from the right. Coronary circulation, part of the systemic circulatory system that supplies blood to and provides drainage from the tissues of the the human heart, two coronary arteries arise from the aorta just beyond the semilunar valves; during diastole, the increased aortic pressure above the valves forces blood into the coronary arteries and thence into the musculature of the heart. features of coronary circulation. Correlate knowledge to clinical conditions related to myocardial Coronary Circulation. Def: Blood flow to heart through coronary arteries is called coronary circulation. Normal value: mL/min at rest. or 70 ml / gm .
The publication first offers information on the physiology of the coronary circulation and the effects of pharmacological substances on the coronary circulation, including myotropic and neutropic substances and other substances. The book then examines the effects of adrenomimetic substances and cholinergic substances on the coronary circulation. Cardiovascular Physiology gives you a solid understanding of how the cardiovascular system functions in both health and disease. Ideal for your systems-based curriculum, this title in the Mosby Physiology Monograph Series explains how the latest concepts apply to real-life clinical situations. The coronary circulation is central to sustaining myocardial viability. Unlike the cir culations of most other organs, if the coronary circulation becomes insufficient to sustain myocardial contractile function, overall quality of life rapidly declines and life can abruptly : Michael R. Pinsky. Start studying Coronary Circulation. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.