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Direct and reflex myocardial effects of intracoronary administered contrast materials in the anesthetized and conscious dog: comparison of standard and newer contrast materials
Contrast media during coronary arteriography: electrocardiographic changes in the presence of normal coronary arteries
Effects of the intracoronary and intraventricular injections of a commonly available vs. a newly available contrast medium
Effects of contrast media on the conducting system of the heart. Mechanism of action and identification of toxic component
Ionized calcium and the heart. Elucidation of in vivo concentration-response relationships in the open-chest dog
Regional myocardial blood flow during hyperemia induced by contrast agent in patients with coronary artery disease
Method for assessing stress-induced regional malperfusion during coronary arteriography. Experimental validation and clinical application
Cardiac conduction abnormalities during coronary arteriography in dogs: reduced effects of a new contrast medium
Hemodynamic and electrocardiographic effects in man of a new nonionic contrast agent (iohexol): advantages over standard ionic agents
Interaction between verapamil and contrast media in coronary arteriography: comparison of standard ionic and new nonionic media
Cardiac function during left coronary arteriography in canines with ioxaglate, nonionic compounds, and diatrizoate
A study of dromotropic effects of intracoronary arterial injections of various contrast materials in anesthetized dogs
Effects of iomeprol, a new nonionic contrast medium, vis a vis iopamidol and nitroglycerin, on coronary diameter and blood flow in chronically instrumented dogs
Randomized comparison of the cost and effectiveness of iopamidol and diatrizoate as contrast agents for cardiac angiography
Are ioxaglate and iopamidol equally safe and well tolerated in cardiac angiography? A randomized, double-blind clinical study
Coronary angiography-related myocardial injury as detected by high-sensitivity cardiac troponin T assay
Hemodynamic and electrocardiographic consequences of high- and low-osmolality contrast agents for left ventricular angiography
Reducing arrhythmogenic effects in the isolated heart enriching roentgen contrast media with electrolytes. Survey and present state
Adverse reactions following administration of an ionic iodinated contrast media in anesthetized dogs
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