Onset of angina pectoris in relation to circulatory adaptation during arm and leg exercise.

@article{Wahren1971OnsetOA,
  title={Onset of angina pectoris in relation to circulatory adaptation during arm and leg exercise.},
  author={John Wahren and Solgun Bygdeman},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={1971},
  volume={44 3},
  pages={432-41}
}
The circulatory adaptation to arm and leg exercise was studied with stepwise increased work loads in 10 patients with signs of coronary artery disease. Both arm and leg exercise elicited angina pectoris in all patients. Anginal pain appeared at the same level of pressure-time per minute (PTM) in the two forms of exercise, but at a smaller work load and a lower pulmonary oxygen uptake during arm exercise than during leg exercise. Heart rate, PTM, and peak systolic, systolic mean, diastolic, and… CONTINUE READING

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