Clinically, the Bezold-Jarisch reflex is an inhibitory reflex usually denoted as a cardioinhibitory reflex defined as bradycardia, vasodilation, and hypotension resulting from stimulation of cardiac receptors.
Augustus Desiré Waller (1856 – 1922) was a British physiologist who recorded the first ever electrocardiogram (ECG).
Maud Leonora Menten (1879 - 1960) was a Canadian pathologist, biochemical researcher and physician. Michaelis-Menten equation 1913
Medmastery: Thyroid Disease Masterclass course, with a video explaining the difference between T3 and T4 and where iodine fits in.
Angelo Mosso (1846-1910) was an Italian physiologist, archaeologist, politician, mountain climber and teacher.
Luigi Galvani (1737 - 1798) Italian obstetrician, surgeon and anatomist. Discovered the physiological action of electricity and demonstrated the existence of natural electric current in animal tissue - "the electrical forces in muscular movements" or the 'animal electricity'
Walter Holbrook Gaskell (1847-1914) was a British physiologist central to our current understanding of cardiac physiology
A brief (...and frequently updated) history of electrocardiography and the eponymous names behind the ECG/EKG...
Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig (1816-1895) German physician and physiologist. Designed advanced experimental laboratory, spawned many eponyms
Richard Lower (1631 - 1691) was an English physiologist. Early descriptions of cardiac tamponade, pericarditis, blood transfusion, xenotransfusion
Physiology Philes: Draw a diagram of the changes in systolic and diastolic pressure as blood flows through the systemic circulation BSCC Examination question
Physiology Philes: Draw a normal ECG tracing showing the durations of the major intervals and the effects of hyperkalemia. BSCC Examination question