By W. Mohl, D. Faxon, E. Wolner
Editorial.- file of the overseas operating workforce on coronary sinus interventions.- The so-called “silent area” of the coronary sinus.- influx, outflow and pressures within the coronary circulation.- Coronary sinus interventions: medical application.- The promise and obstacles of coronary venous retroperfusion: classes from the prior and new directions.- Synchronized coronary sinus retroperfusion present scientific perspective.- PICSO prestige file 1985.- Retrograde cardioplegia: myocardial safeguard through the coronary veins — 1986.- Technological elements of coronary sinus interventions.- professionals and cons — coronary sinus intervention vs. traditional therapy.- CSI: transitority help or long term remedy.
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This diastolic pressure difference suggests venous outflow through other channels. While the coronary sinus occlusion pressure was unrelated to coronary blood flow, the rate at which it reached its plateau following occlusion was related with the rate of rise of coronary sinus pressure (Fig. 3) increasing from 23 ± 15 mm Hg/second during baseline conditions to 31 ± 15 mm Hg/second during Adenosine infusion. This increase in the rate of rise of coronary sinus occlusion pressure directly correlated with the increase in coronary sinus flow over a wide range of flow both at baseline and during Adenosine infusion.
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