Published in Cardiovascular Week, October 4th, 2004
According to research from England, "Rat hearts were perfused for 30 minutes with buffer equilibrated with CO. Mean data for hearts exposed to 0.01% CO show a 15% decrease in heart rate (HR) during exposure followed by recovery, with a further 17% decrease post exposure."
A.P. Patel and colleagues of the University of Plymouth reported, "Examination of time courses from individual perfusions shows that in 10 hearts exposed to 0.01% CO HR responded in different ways: no response (5 hearts); decrease during exposure followed by recovery (3 hearts); and decrease postexposure (2...
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