Regional coronary venous oxygen saturation and myocardial oxygen tension following abrupt changes in ventricular pressure in the isolated dog heart.

@article{Gamble1974RegionalCV,
  title={Regional coronary venous oxygen saturation and myocardial oxygen tension following abrupt changes in ventricular pressure in the isolated dog heart.},
  author={Walter J Gamble and C G Lafarge and Donald C. Fyler and J P Weisul and R G Monroe},
  journal={Circulation research},
  year={1974},
  volume={34 5},
  pages={672-81}
}
Regional coronary venous oxygen saturation and myocardial oxygen tension (Po2) in isolated dog hearts were measured using two different methods—a new technique of microscopic oximetry and an improved oxygen electrode. Both methods yielded similar results. In studies of the isolated perfused dog heart developing a constant left ventricular systolic pressure, mean coronary venous oxygen saturation of blood in the subendocardial veins of the left ventricle was significantly lower than that in the… CONTINUE READING

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