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Cardiovascular and Neuroendocrine Reaction During Inhalation Anaesthesia

  • P. Foёx

Abstract

The effects of anaesthesia on the circulation have been intensively studied for more than a hundred years. This brief review will address three issues: the effects of anaesthesia on the normal heart, its effect on the ischaemic heart, and the interactions between cardiovascular drugs and anaesthesia.

Keywords

Coronary Blood Flow Inhalation Anaesthesia Peak Filling Rate Acute Coronary Occlusion Regional Myocardial Dysfunction 
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