Montero, Alfredo C.; Smith, William G.; Takezawa, Hideo; Lewis, John M.; Alexander, James K.
September 1968
Angiology;Sep1968, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p471
Academic Journal
Presents observations made at rest and during exercise when feasible in patients undergoing heart catheterization with a diagnosis of suspected constrictive pericarditis. Effect of stress, particularly exercise on hemodynamic characteristics; Oxygen consumption against cardiac output.


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