Endurance training in dogs increases vascular responsiveness to an alpha 1-agonist.

@article{Evans1988EnduranceTI,
  title={Endurance training in dogs increases vascular responsiveness to an alpha 1-agonist.},
  author={Y M Evans and Julie Funk and John B. Charles and David C. Randall and Charles F. Knapp},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1988},
  volume={65 2},
  pages={625-32}
}
The effects of endurance training on vascular responsiveness to an alpha 1-agonist and the associated changes in baroreflex modulation of heart rate and vascular resistance were studied. Graded dosages of phenylephrine were given to eight treadmill-trained dogs and to eight untrained dogs; both groups were chronically instrumented and were sedated and resting when tested. These dosages were repeated after ganglionic blockade. Aortic pressure, cardiac output, central venous pressure, peripheral… CONTINUE READING

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