Acute Heart Failure by S. M. Ayres (auth.), Dr. Claude Perret, Dr. Jean Louis
By S. M. Ayres (auth.), Dr. Claude Perret, Dr. Jean Louis Vincent (eds.)
This ebook offers a accomplished survey of acute center failure. a chain of specialists famous around the world talk about particular issues in order that, jointly, a large spectrum of experimental and scientific investigations are lined. Pathophysiologic, diagnostic and healing features are integrated. the current quantity may also help clinicians care for the $64000 challenge of acute center failure. it is going to support supply an updated reference for these interested by cardiology, inner medication, pediatrics, anesthesia, extensive care and emergency medicine.
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Kaski that the mechanism by which nitrates are beneficial in patients with dynamic stenosis is not just an effect on myocardial oxygen demand but also an improvement in coronary blood supply . Nitrates can improve myocardial perfusion by dilating constricted collateral vessels, which in some cases might be responsible for the anginal attacks. Altered Vasomotion of Small Vessels This cause of myocardial ischemia appears to be the pathogenetic mechanism in patients with "syndrome X". The diagnosis of this entity is made on the basis of anginal episodes (both exertional and at rest), positive exercise tests, variable effort tolerance, angiographically normal coronary arteries, and no evidence for coronary spasm.
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