Systemic circulatory responses to hypocapnia in man.

@article{Richardson1972SystemicCR,
  title={Systemic circulatory responses to hypocapnia in man.},
  author={David W. Richardson and H. A. Kontos and A. Jarrell Raper and John L. Patterson},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1972},
  volume={223 6},
  pages={
          1308-12
        }
}
RICHAKDSON, DAVID Mr., HERMES A. KONTOS, A. JARRELL RAPER, AND JOHN L. PATTERSON, JR. Systemic circulatory responses to hypocapnia in man. Am. J. Physiol. !223(6): 1308-1312. 1972.Hypocapnic alkalosis, induced by voluntary hyperventilation in normal man, was associated with increases in cardiac output and in heart rate and decreases in mean arterial blood pressure and in systemic vascular resistance. These changes were most pronounced 1 min following the onset of hyperventilation, were less… 

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