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Carotid Sinus Baroreceptor Reflex Control of Respiration
It is indicated that not only does the carotid sinus baroreceptor reflex control arterial pressure, but it also simultaneously influences ventilation, through changes in both respiratory frequency and tidal volume. Expand
The Effect of the Carotid Sinus Baroreceptor Reflex on Blood Flow and Volume Redistribution in the Total Systemic Vascular Bed of the Dog
To quantify the relative contribution of blood flow redistribution and active changes in vascular capacity in the regulation of cardiac output, blood flow and volumes in two parallel vascular bedsExpand
Nitric oxide mediates fluid accumulation during cardiopulmonary bypass.
The data suggest that endogenous nitric oxide plays an important role in minimizing fluid accumulation during cardiopulmonary bypass. Expand
Determinants of systemic zero-flow arterial pressure.
The evidence does not support the literally interpreted concept of the vascular waterfall as the model for the finite arteriovenous pressure difference at zero flow, and zero-flow arterial pressure was found to be affected by changes in venous pressure, hematocrit, and vasomotor tone. Expand
Pulsatile vs. mean component of baroreflex compensation for posthemorrhage hypotension.
It is indicated that the pulsatile component of the carotid baroreflex contributes minimally to the restoration of arterial pressure after 10% hemorrhage in the anesthetized dog. Expand
Carotid sinus baroreceptor reflex control and the role of autoregulation in the systemic and pulmonary arterial pressure-flow relationships of the dog.
The steady state arterial pressure-flow relationship shifted upward and toward the pressure axis, increasing the calculated incremental resistance and total peripheral resistance as intrasinus pressure was decreased. Expand
Rapid resetting of baroreflexes in hypertensive dogs.
It is concluded that short-term adjustments to changes in prevailing pressure (rapid resetting) occur in the arterial pressure response in experimental hypertension to the same extent seen in normotension. Expand
Jugular venous vasopressin increases during carotid endarterectomy after cerebral reperfusion.
Several recent reports have suggested that pressor hormones may be released during and after carotid endarterectomy and that release of these factors may be associated with postoperative hypertensionExpand
Carotid sinus baroreceptor control of splanchnic resistance and capacity.
It is concluded that in the dog, the splanchnic vascular bed contributes a major portion of blood volume mobilized by the carotid sinus reflex. Expand
Arterial compliance and its control by the baroreflex in hypertensive dogs.
The results of this study indicate that the arterial compliance is primarily a function of the absolute level of arterial pressure, which is important at lower levels of arterIAL pressure. Expand