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By Robert Charlier

If the varied healing acquisitions of the earlier few years have enriched very assorted fields of human pathology, it does look that coronary pathology has been given very designated cognizance, as witness the wide range of antianginal medicines put on the disposal of the scientific career. there are lots of factors for this situation, considered one of them most likely being that the medica tions successively proposed don't absolutely fulfill the practitioner and one other that the full variety of participants struggling with the clinicaI manifestations of heart illness bargains, by means of its dimension, an unlimited revenue capability for the pharma ceuticaI undefined. This box of purposes opens up such customers that it has inspired a prolific quantity of festival among numerous learn laborato ries, and it really is no exaggeration to claim that each significant company has its individuaI anti anginaI drug in its healing cataIogue. another issue has aIso contributed significantly to this proliferation of medi cinal arrangements meant for the therapy of angina pectoris: this is often the quick improve in our knowIedge of the physiopathoIogy of angina, which in flip has produced originaI suggestions of pharmacological and biochemical examine. accordingly, there have emerged new ingredients whose motion mechanisms have claimed to be most suitable to the cardiovascular issues accountable for cardiac soreness.

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The average end-diastolle Part PIayed by Hypersympathicotony in the Anginal Attaok 35 pressure was found to oo often abnormally high despite absenee of significant left ventricular dilatation (lack of increase in end-diastolie volume). e. variables whieh are considered as reasonable indieators of the competenee of the contraetiIe elements [96c, 154e]. SimiIarly, in patients with refraetory angina peetoris due to severe eoronary artery disease, measurements of left ventrieuIar ehamber volume and mass indieated the presenee of left ventricle dilatation and a proportional hypertrophy, whieh are interpreted as manifestations of redueed left ventrieular performance [264e].

During exercise: the normal group moves to an augmented ventricular function curve, the patients without angina move upwards on the originaI curve, and the group with angina moves to a more depressed ventricular function curve than during pacing exereise. The patients with angina during the pacing and post-paeing periods had a depressed ventrienlar funetion eurve, but with exereise there was even further depression of ventrienlar performance, probably due to the volume load. Tension-time index, whieh has been shown to be representative of myoeardial oxygen eonsumption (see p.

Cardiac Dynamics During the Anginal Attack 31 since this work does not inerease signifieantly in spite of a markedly inereased left ventrieular filling pressure. In a subsequent publleation [1414] PARKER points out that stroke work of the left ventricle decreases, whieh would indieate, in the llght of the faet that the end-diastoHe pressure does not deerease in the same proportions, that the ischaemie ventriele of the angina subjeet works to a depressed funetional eurve as eompared with that of a normal ventricle.

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