Measurement of Cardiac Function Approaches, Techniques, and Troubleshooting

1st Edition

John H. McNeill

CRC Press
Published December 12, 1996
Reference - 144 Pages - 3 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780849333323 - CAT# 3332
Series: Methods in Life Sciences - Pharmacology Section

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Summary

Measurement of Cardiac Function presents detailed descriptions of how to set up and use several classical cardiac preparations from scratch. The preparations include whole heart, atrial, ventricular, and papillary muscles and in vivo small animal preparations. Methods for monitoring contraction and contractility are fully described. Flow charts and step-by-step instructions make it easy to understand, even for the first time investigator.
This book examines the most widely used tools in experimental cardiology and provides you with the recipe-setting up the technique, procurement of equipment, sample data and calculations, problems and trouble shooting, adapting to other species, modifications, and applicability. Undoubtedly, this text will be a great asset to cardiovascular physiologists, pharmacologists, experimental cardiologists, and students of physiology and pharmacology.

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