Baroreflex , heart period , and blood pressure characteristics in splanchnic artery occlusion induced shock

@inproceedings{Aletti2016BaroreflexH,
  title={Baroreflex , heart period , and blood pressure characteristics in splanchnic artery occlusion induced shock},
  author={Federico Aletti and Nicol{\`o} Gambarotta and Alexander H. Penn and Manuela Ferrario and Geert W Schmid-Sch{\"o}nbein},
  year={2016}
}
Continuous arterial blood pressure waveforms were collected in rats (n=26) during a protocol of shock induced by prolonged intestinal ischemia. Following splanchnic artery occlusion, arterial blood pressure progressively decayed until a fatal pressure drop, which could either be slow (SFPD) or fast (FFPD). In the latter case, the pattern of the arterial blood pressure decay led to cardiovascular collapse. In order to analyze the status of autonomic control of cardiovascular function during… CONTINUE READING

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