Central mechanisms underlying short- and long-term regulation of the cardiovascular system.

@article{Dampney2002CentralMU,
  title={Central mechanisms underlying short- and long-term regulation of the cardiovascular system.},
  author={Roger A. L. Dampney and Matthew J Coleman and Marco A.P. Fontes and Yoshitaka Hirooka and Junjiro Horiuchi and Yongli Li and Jaimie W. Polson and Patrick D. Potts and Tatsuya Tagawa},
  journal={Clinical and experimental pharmacology & physiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={29 4},
  pages={261-8}
}
1. Sympathetic vasomotor nerves play a major role in determining the level of arterial blood pressure and the distribution of cardiac output. The present review will discuss briefly the central regulatory mechanisms that control the sympathetic outflow to the cardiovascular system in the short and long term. 2. In the short term, the sympathetic vasomotor outflow is regulated by: (i) homeostatic feedback mechanisms, such as the baroreceptor or chemoreceptor reflexes; or (ii) feed-forward… CONTINUE READING

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