Befeler, Benjamin
January 1975
Angiology;Jan1975 Part 2, Vol. 26, p99
Academic Journal
Presents the hemodynamic and electrophysiological study of Norpace, an antiarrhythmic agent. Time of diagnostic cardiac catherization; Measurement of the cardiac output, systemic pressure and peripheral resistance; Decrease in stroke volume with a reflex increase of systemic resistance.


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