Ischemic, hemodynamic, and neurohormonal responses to mental and exercise stress. Experience from the Psychophysiological Investigations of Myocardial Ischemia Study (PIMI).

@article{Goldberg1996IschemicHA,
  title={Ischemic, hemodynamic, and neurohormonal responses to mental and exercise stress. Experience from the Psychophysiological Investigations of Myocardial Ischemia Study (PIMI).},
  author={Andrew D Goldberg and Lewis C. Becker and Robert W. Bonsall and Jerome D. Cohen and Mark W. Ketterer and P G Kaufman and David S Krantz and Kathleen C. Light and Robert Patrick McMahon and T O Noreuil and Carl J Pepine and James M. Raczynski and Peter H. Stone and Darren M Strother and Herman A. Taylor and David S. Sheps},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={1996},
  volume={94 10},
  pages={2402-9}
}
BACKGROUND The pathophysiology of mental stress-induced myocardial ischemia, which occurs at lower heart rates than during physical stress, is not well understood. METHODS AND RESULTS The Psychophysiological Investigations of Myocardial Ischemia Study (PIMI) evaluated the physiological and neuroendocrine functioning in unmedicated patients with stable coronary artery disease and exercise-induced ischemia. Hemodynamic and neurohormonal responses to bicycle exercise, public speaking, and the… CONTINUE READING

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