Rothfeld, Edwin L.
April 1969
Angiology;Apr1969, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p213
Academic Journal
CSNS causes a significant and sustained hypotensive effect in man as a result of inhibition of sympathetic effects on the cardiovascular system. The decrease in mean systemic blood pressure produced by CSNS is related to a reduction in cardiac output and to a moderate decrease in systemic vascular resistance. Left ventricular work and stroke work index and tension-time index are also strikingly diminished during CSNS. Suggestions for future investigation of problems related to CSNS are enumerated.


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