Pharmacology of the Coronary Circulation focuses on the effects of pharmacological substances on the circulation of the heart, physiology of coronary circulation, effects of adrenomimetic, cholinergic, and ganglion-blocking agents, phenothiazine derivatives, analgesics, nitrites, and nitrates on cardiac vessels and results of clinical trials on Chloracizine.
The publication first offers information on the physiology of the coronary circulation and the effects of pharmacological substances on the coronary circulation, including myotropic and neutropic substances and other substances. The book then examines the effects of adrenomimetic substances and cholinergic substances on the coronary circulation.
The manuscript evaluates the effects of ganglion-blocking substances and analgesic substances on the coronary circulation. Topics include nicotine, etraethylammonium, hexamethonium, pentamine, and mecamine. The publication then takes a look at the effects of phenothiazine derivatives on the coronary circulation; importance of reflex reactions in connection with the development of acute coronary insufficiency; and effects of pharmacological substances on reflex reactions in the coronary vessels.
The book is a dependable reference for readers interested in the pharmacology of the coronary circulation.
Part I Physiology and Pharmacology of the Coronary Circulation: The Present Position
Chapter 1. Physiology of the Coronary Circulation
Chapter 2. Effects of Pharmacological Substances on the Coronary Circulation
1. Myotropic Substances
2. Neurotropic Substances
3. Other Substances
Chapter 3. Methodological Principles of Research on the Coronary Circulation
Part II Effects of Pharmacological Substances on Peripheral Control of the Cardiac Circulation
Chapter 1. Effects of Adrenomimetic Substances on the Coronary Circulation
Chapter 2. Effects of Cholinergic Substances on the Coronary Circulation
1. Acetylcholine and Carbocholine
Chapter 3. Effects of Ganglion-Blocking Substances on the Coronary Circulation
2. Other Ganglion-Blocking Agents (Tetraethylammonium, Hexamethonium, Pentamine, Mecamine)
Chapter 4. Effects of Analgesic Substances on the Coronary Circulation
Chapter 5. Effects of Phenothiazine Derivatives on the Coronary Circulation
1. Chlorpromazine and Mepazine
Part III Effects of Pharmacological Substances on Central Control of the Cardiac Circulation
Chapter 1. The Importance of Reflex Reactions in Connexion with the Development of Acute Coronary Insufficiency (Clinico-Physiological Findings)
Chapter 2. Methodological Approach to the Study of Reflexes on the Coronary Vessels and their Physiological Characteristics
Chapter 3. Effects of Pharmacological Substances on Reflex Reactions in the Coronary Vessels
1. Analgesic Substances
2. Phenothiazine Derivatives
3. Nitrites and Nitrates
4. Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors
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- © Pergamon 1965
- 1st January 1965
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