Peripheral Venoconstriction in Human Congestive Heart Failure
J. EDWIN WOOD, JULIUS LITTER, ROBERT W. WILKINS
Circulation. 1956;13:524-527Originally published April 1, 1956
J. EDWIN WOOD
ROBERT W. WILKINS
A method for measuring venous "tone" in the limb segment of man in vivo was used to study the problem of cardiac decompensation. Venoconstriction was present in patients with heart failure and it tended to remit as the patients improved.
- © 1956 American Heart Association, Inc.