Peripheral resistance after cardiac output reduction in the barodenervated cat.

@article{Borgdorff1983PeripheralRA,
  title={Peripheral resistance after cardiac output reduction in the barodenervated cat.},
  author={Piet Borgdorff},
  journal={Circulation research},
  year={1983},
  volume={52 1},
  pages={
          7-15
        }
}
Studies on the nervous or humoral control of total peripheral resistance are often complicated by concomitant changes in cardiac output. We studied the influence of cardiac output on peripheral resistance in the absence of modulating reflexes. In barodenervated and vagotomized cats, cardiac output was varied by graded inferior caval vein occlusion or by arterial bleeding. Total peripheral resistance was obtained with an analogue device which continuously divided the pressure difference between… CONTINUE READING

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