P.012| Volume 163, ISSUE 1-2, P45, September 01, 2011

Clinical implication dysfunction of cardiopulmonary baroreflex in patients with coronary artery disease

      Cardiopulmonary baroreflex (CPBR) regulates the hemodynamic in response to changes in venous return and filling the cavities of the heart. There is currently no accurate submission of the factor CPBR dysfunction in patients with coronary heart disease, and to what extent baroreflex dysfunction may affect the regulation of hemodynamic parameters.
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