Heart "timing" versus artery "timing". Neurovegetative effects in compensated and decompensated cardiocirculatory failure.

Abstract

The hypothesis that the main local goal of the neurovegetative cardiovascular regulation is to set and maintain the cardiac cycle and the time constant of the arterial system within a given reciprocal proportion is discussed in this paper. Drastic changes in this reciprocal proportion can induce cardiocirculatory failure. Three different models of… (More)

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@article{Dambrosio1991HeartV, title={Heart "timing" versus artery "timing". Neurovegetative effects in compensated and decompensated cardiocirculatory failure.}, author={Michele Dambrosio and Alberto Federici}, journal={Functional neurology}, year={1991}, volume={6 3}, pages={249-53} }