Lack of effect of prior training on subsequent ischaemic and infarcting myocardium and collateral development in dogs with normal hearts.


To determine whether exercise training in animals with normal coronary arteries has a salutary effect on ischaemic myocardium, 24 dogs were randomly assigned to be either trained or confined to cages for three months. All dogs then underwent left thoracotomy for placement of indwelling right and left atrial and aortic catheters and a loose snare ligature… (More)


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