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“…The beta effects are evidenced by the increased heart rate, mean rate of left ventricular ejection and the ballistocardiographic IJ-wave. The latter is a particularly sensitive indicator of myocardial function (Starr, Schnabel and Mayoch, 1953;Noordergraaf, Verdouw and Boom, 1963;Winter et al, 1967;Harrison et al, 1969;Smith, Van Citters and Verdouw, 1970). Some indirect evidence suggests that part of the phenomenon seen with fluroxene may be due to sympathetic activation.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The beta effects are evidenced by the increased heart rate, mean rate of left ventricular ejection and the ballistocardiographic IJ-wave. The latter is a particularly sensitive indicator of myocardial function (Starr, Schnabel and Mayoch, 1953;Noordergraaf, Verdouw and Boom, 1963;Winter et al, 1967;Harrison et al, 1969;Smith, Van Citters and Verdouw, 1970). Some indirect evidence suggests that part of the phenomenon seen with fluroxene may be due to sympathetic activation.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The beta effects are evidenced by the increased heart rate, mean rate of left ventricular ejection and the ballistocardiographic IJ-wave. The latter is a particularly sensitive indicator of myocardial function (Starr, Schnabel and Mayoch, 1953;Noordergraaf, Verdouw and Boom, 1963;Winter et al, 1967;Harrison et al, 1969;Smith, Van Citters and Verdouw, 1970). Some indirect evidence suggests that part of the phenomenon seen with fluroxene may be due to sympathetic activation.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%