Experimental Myocardial Infarction
Induction of Coronary Thrombosis in the Intact Closed-Chest Dog
Coronary thrombosis can be consistently induced in the intact closed-chest dog by the passage of a low-grade direct electrical current through a circuit that includes a positive intraluminal electrode in a major coronary branch and a negative external electrode on the chest wall.
- Received June 2, 1961.
- © 1961 American Heart Association, Inc.