Response to Exercise in Dogs with Cardiac Denervation.

@article{Donald1963ResponseTE,
  title={Response to Exercise in Dogs with Cardiac Denervation.},
  author={David E. Donald and John T. Shepherd},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1963},
  volume={205},
  pages={393-400}
}
393-400* I 963 .-Dogs with chronic cardiac denervation by the technic of regional neural ablation showed an unchanged capacity for work as measured by oxygen consumption. The relation of cardiac output to oxygen consumption during exercise remained unchanged from preoperational values. When the dogs started to run, the heart rate rose slowly over I .5 min to reach a steady value proportional to the work performed. When exercise was stopped, the heart rate declined slowly. With mild exercise… CONTINUE READING