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Arterial spin labeling CMR perfusion imaging is capable of continuously monitoring myocardial blood flow during stress

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MBF (blue) and HR (red) as a function of time for one experimental subject. The shaded area represents duration of handgrip stress at 30% of maximum voluntary contraction.
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Fig1: MBF (blue) and HR (red) as a function of time for one experimental subject. The shaded area represents duration of handgrip stress at 30% of maximum voluntary contraction.

Mentions: Figure 1 shows MBF and heart rate (HR) response from the experiment with the lowest physiological noise, and the most stable heart rate during the initial rest period. MBF and HR increased after the onset of stress and also recovered to approximately the same values as during the initial rest period.Figure 1


Arterial spin labeling CMR perfusion imaging is capable of continuously monitoring myocardial blood flow during stress
MBF (blue) and HR (red) as a function of time for one experimental subject. The shaded area represents duration of handgrip stress at 30% of maximum voluntary contraction.
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Fig1: MBF (blue) and HR (red) as a function of time for one experimental subject. The shaded area represents duration of handgrip stress at 30% of maximum voluntary contraction.
Mentions: Figure 1 shows MBF and heart rate (HR) response from the experiment with the lowest physiological noise, and the most stable heart rate during the initial rest period. MBF and HR increased after the onset of stress and also recovered to approximately the same values as during the initial rest period.Figure 1

View Article: PubMed Central

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