Effect of variation of transmural pressure on the frequency response of isolated segments of canine carotid arteries.

Abstract

The frequency-response curve of isolated canine arterial segments at transmural pressures between 140 and 40 mm Hg showed an initial constant-amplitude portion over the lower frequency range followed by one or two major amplitude peaks (resonances) at higher frequencies. At lower transmural pressures, the response was more damped and resonances were… (More)

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