The effects of altering mean pressure, pulse pressure and pulse frequency on the impulse activity in baroreceptor fibres from the aortic arch and right subclavian artery in the rabbit.

@article{James1971TheEO,
  title={The effects of altering mean pressure, pulse pressure and pulse frequency on the impulse activity in baroreceptor fibres from the aortic arch and right subclavian artery in the rabbit.},
  author={J E Angell James},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1971},
  volume={214 1},
  pages={65-88}
}
1. A method is described for perfusing an isolated preparation of the rabbit aortic arch with independently controlled mean pressure, pulse pressure and pulse frequency.2. Recordings made from single or few-fibre preparations from the aortic arch and right subclavian baroreceptor regions show that the number of impulses per second or per cycle in a single fibre is the same during pulsatile perfusion as during non-pulsatile perfusion if the pressure is above the threshold pressure to non… CONTINUE READING

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