Effect of exercise on perfusion of collateral-dependent myocardium in dogs with chronic coronary artery occlusion.

  • P R Lambert, Daniela Hess, R J Bache
  • Published 1977 in The Journal of clinical investigation

Abstract

Since the ability of mature intercoronary collateral channels to increase myocardial blood flow in response to drug-induced coronary vasodilation has been questioned, the present study was undertaken to evaluate the response of coronary collateral circulation to the stress of exercise. Studies were performed at rest and during two levels of treadmill… (More)