Exercise-induced ischemia: the influence of altered relaxation on early diastolic pressures.

@article{Carroll1983ExerciseinducedIT,
  title={Exercise-induced ischemia: the influence of altered relaxation on early diastolic pressures.},
  author={John D. Carroll and Otto Martin Hess and H. O. Hirzel and Hans P. Krayenb{\"u}hl},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={1983},
  volume={67 3},
  pages={521-8}
}
Left ventricular pressure (LVP) decay and early diastolic pressures were studied at rest and during exercise in three groups of patients. Patients in the ischemia group (n = 15) had coronary artery disease and developed new regional wall motion abnormalities documented by biplane LV cineangiography during exercise. Patients in the control group (n = 4) had a normal exercise response. Patients in the scar group (n = 5) had prior infarction, akinetic scars and no ischemia with exercise… CONTINUE READING

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