Mechanism of exercise hypotension in patients with ischemic heart disease. Role of neurocardiogenically mediated vasodilation.

@article{Lele1994MechanismOE,
  title={Mechanism of exercise hypotension in patients with ischemic heart disease. Role of neurocardiogenically mediated vasodilation.},
  author={Sanjeev Lele and Gregory M. Scalia and Harry S. Thomson and Deborah Macfarlane and David T. Wilkinson and W Shannon Stafford and Frederick A. Khafagi and Michael P. Frenneaux},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={1994},
  volume={90 6},
  pages={
          2701-9
        }
}
BACKGROUND Exercise-induced hypotension in patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) has been considered to be due to an inability to achieve an adequate increase in cardiac output to match the demands of exercise. We investigated 10 consecutive patients (9 men and 1 woman; age, 38 to 71 years; mean, 52 years) with angiographically documented CAD and exercise-induced hypotension (EIH) (BPPeak < BPRest). Ten approximately age- and sex-matched patients with documented CAD and normal exercise… CONTINUE READING

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