Angiotensin II improves myocardial blood flow in cardiac arrest.

Abstract

Epinephrine is used to increase coronary perfusion pressure and improve myocardial blood flow during cardiac arrest. Alternative vasopressors may have hemodynamic advantages over epinephrine. The purpose of this investigation was to test the effect of the vasopressor angiotensin II on myocardial blood flow in a swine model of cardiac arrest. Eleven swine… (More)

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@article{Little1993AngiotensinII, title={Angiotensin II improves myocardial blood flow in cardiac arrest.}, author={Charles Little and Colbi G. Brown}, journal={Resuscitation}, year={1993}, volume={26 2}, pages={203-10} }