PMID: 3342147Jan 1, 1988Paper

Continuous recording of coronary sinus oxygen saturation during atrial pacing in patients with coronary artery disease or with syndrome X

British Heart Journal
T CrakeP A Poole-Wilson


Coronary sinus oxygen saturation was measured continuously during incremental atrial pacing in 34 patients undergoing cardiac catheterisation. In eleven patients with normal coronary arteriograms, negative exercise tests, and no ST segment depression on the electrocardiogram, an increase in the rate of atrial pacing transiently decreased coronary sinus oxygen saturation but within 20 s oxygen saturation returned to the control value. In six patients with coronary artery disease ST segment depression developed during atrial pacing. The coronary sinus oxygen saturation fell and remained reduced until pacing was discontinued. The size of the fall of coronary sinus oxygen saturation increased with increasing heart rate. In seven patients with coronary artery disease the ST segments were unaltered during atrial pacing and coronary sinus oxygen saturation did not fall. Ten patients with syndrome X were studied. In six ST segment depression developed on atrial pacing. In five, three of whom developed ST segment depression, the changes in coronary sinus oxygen saturation during atrial pacing were similar to those observed in patients without any evidence of coronary artery disease. In three, all of whom developed ST segment depression,...Continue Reading


Mar 1, 1987·Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases·R A Olsson, R Bünger
Jun 1, 1986·British Heart Journal·S C Webb, P A Poole-Wilson
Aug 1, 1986·Journal of the American College of Cardiology·S E Epstein, R O Cannon
Oct 1, 1986·British Heart Journal·R D LevyK Fox
Dec 1, 1986·The American Journal of Cardiology·J C KaskiA Maseri
Jan 25, 1985·The American Journal of Cardiology·R O CannonS E Epstein
Aug 12, 1967·Lancet·D D McGavinP M Ellis
Nov 1, 1967·The American Journal of Cardiology·T N James
May 1, 1969·The American Journal of Cardiology·E M DwyerJ W Cox
Jul 1, 1984·Clinics in Endocrinology and Metabolism·P A Poole-Wilson
Dec 1, 1984·The American Journal of Cardiology·J E DeanfieldA P Selwyn
Apr 1, 1983·Japanese Circulation Journal·H KambaraC Kawai
Nov 1, 1983·The American Journal of Cardiology·D A HalonM S Gotsman
Nov 1, 1983·British Heart Journal·A A QuyyumiK Fox
Jan 1, 1982·Circulation Research·G G SchwartzJ C Greenfield
Jul 1, 1981·Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology·J Weiss, K I Shine
Apr 1, 1980·European Heart Journal·A M DartA H Henderson
Apr 1, 1980·European Heart Journal·A M DartA H Henderson


Jun 1, 1989·Cardiovascular Drugs and Therapy·A H Henderson
Jun 1, 1994·International Journal of Cardiac Imaging·L LanzariniA Poli
Nov 15, 1991·Journal of the American College of Cardiology·P NihoyannopoulosA Maseri
Mar 15, 1995·Journal of the American College of Cardiology·J C KaskiP A Poole-Wilson
May 1, 1996·The American Journal of Cardiology·P PonikowskiJ C Kaski
Nov 2, 1995·The American Journal of Cardiology·J C Kaski, P M Elliott
May 4, 2001·International Journal of Cardiology·B YaymaciI Dindar
Jan 5, 1999·International Journal of Cardiology·W L LeeC T Ting
Nov 15, 1996·Journal of the American College of Cardiology·G M RosanoP A Poole-Wilson
Jan 13, 1998·Journal of the American College of Cardiology·V PasceriA Maseri
Aug 24, 2005·International Journal of Clinical Practice·E A Asbury, P Collins
Jan 1, 1991·Postgraduate Medical Journal·M E Bourke, D L Patterson
Jan 1, 2011·Seminars in Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery·Prasanna Simha Mohan Rao, Parimala Prasanna Simha
Dec 25, 2007·Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases·Narbeh MelikianPhilip A MacCarthy
Sep 3, 2011·Cardiovascular Therapeutics·Tommaso Gori, Massimo Fineschi
Jul 10, 2003·American Heart Journal·John F BeltrameJohn D Horowitz
Mar 15, 1993·The American Journal of Cardiology·F RomeoA Valente
Aug 1, 1989·The American Journal of Cardiology·I P Gavaliatsis
Nov 1, 1990·Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases·J Chambers, C Bass
Jul 18, 2016·International Journal of Cardiology·Petr A Sarapultsev, Alexey P Sarapultsev
Sep 29, 2017·Heart·Paul A SainsburyRanil de Silva
Mar 1, 1992·Circulation·R O CannonS E Epstein
Oct 8, 1999·Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology·S D RosenP G Camici
Dec 1, 1990·Digestive Diseases and Sciences·J E Richter, L A Bradley
Nov 22, 2000·American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology·A BuffonA Maseri
May 12, 2004·American Journal of Cardiovascular Drugs : Drugs, Devices, and Other Interventions·Juan Carlos KaskiJuan Cosín-Sales
Jan 26, 2021·Atherosclerosis·Tiago Pereira-da-SilvaMiguel Mota Carmo
Feb 16, 2021·Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine·Hilmi Burak KandilciPawel Swietach

Related Concepts

Related Feeds

Cardiovascular Inflammation

Inflammation plays a significant role in the development of cardiovascular diseases, an understanding of these endogenous processes is critical for evaluating the risks and potential treatment strategies. Discover the latest research on cardiovascular inflammation here.


Cardiomyopathy is a disease of the heart muscle, that can lead to muscular or electrical dysfunction of the heart. It is often an irreversible disease that is associated with a poor prognosis. There are different causes and classifications of cardiomyopathies. Here are the latest discoveries pertaining to this disease.