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Oxygen consumption and cardiac output in the hypothermic dog.
Cardiovascular response of the dog to immersion hypothermia.
Influence of intraventricular catheters on course of immersion hypothermia in dog.
Blood volume in the hypothermic dog.
Electrolytes and pH Changes in Relation to Hypothermic Ventricular Fibrillation
Coronary arteriovenous electrolyte differences were studied in normo- and hypercapneic dogs at normal temperature and at 24 C. The ions measured were sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, chloride… Expand
ELECTROLYTES IN NERVE
On pages 85 and 89 of Volume 110, due to an error by the senior author, the figures quoted for calcium in the last two columns of table 4 and the third column of table 5 are 10 times too high.
Cardiac physiology in dog during rewarming from deep hypothermia.
- A. H. Hegnauer, J. Flynn, H. D'amato
- Chemistry, Medicine
- The American journal of physiology
- 30 September 1951
T HE INFLUENCE of body temperature on cardiac activity in the dog under conditions of immersion hypothermia has been described (I). The present communication continues those studies through the stage… Expand
Ventricular excitability cycle: its modification by pH and hypothermia.
LETHAL HYPOTHERMIC TEMPERATURES FOR DOG AND MAN
- A. H. Hegnauer
- Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
- 1 September 1959
Despite the considerable recent expansion in the study of the physiological effects of hypothermia during the past two decades, beginning with Fay's1 application of generalized hypothermia for… Expand
EXCITABLE PROPERTIES OF THE HYPOTHERMIC HEART *
There are both academic and practical reasons for study of the hypothermic heart. Our own interests, centered as they are upon the extreme susceptibility to ventricular fibrillation (VF), could be… Expand