The elimination from plasma of intravenous heparin. An experimental study on dogs and humans.
Intracardiac stimulation for complete heart block.
Effect of changes in ventricular rate on cardiac output and central pressures at rest and during exercise in patients with artificial pacemakers.
The immediate and later effects of changes in ventricular rate produced by artificial pacemaking are described, and their significance is discussed.
A low-threshold, non-dislocating endocardial electrode.
Plastics with a stable surface monolayer of cross-linked heparin: preparation and evaluation.
Effect of low-dose heparin on incidence of postoperative pulmonary embolism detected by photoscanning.
305 cases of permanent intravenous pacemaker treatment for Adams-Stokes syndrome.
NEW METHOD FOR ATRIAL-TRIGGERED PACEMAKER TREATMENT WITHOUT THORACOTOMY.
One hundred cases of treatment for Adams-Stokes syndrome with permanent intravenous pacemaker.
The stability of glutardialdehyde-stabilized 35-heparinized surfaces in contact with blood.
- R. Larsson, M. Hjelte, J. Eriksson, H. Lagergren, P. Olsson
- Biology, MedicineThrombosis and haemostasis
During in vitro experiments, the glutardialdehyde stabilized surface became stable with no further desorption of heparin after an initial loss of about 3% of the initial surface-bound heparIn, and under in vivo conditions, there was an initial lost of about 12%.