P. A. Pletnev

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Angiotensometry and pulsomotorography were used to study ischemia in the hollow organs in dog experiments. Specific and nonspecific disturbances, criteria of compensation and decompensation were determined. Using different methods of stimulation, stable microhemodynamic signs of ischemia--lowered pulse and motor oscillations, intramural blood pressure(More)
The third and most important principle is that adaptation to short periods of stress completely prevents disturbance of myocardial contractility due to ordinary prolonged stress. The experimental results are evidence that (Table i) this prophylactic effect is completely preserved as long as 5 days after the end of the course of adaptive exposures, i.e.,(More)
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