Talk:Chronotropic

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For the May 2005 deletion debate on this article, see Wikipedia:Votes for deletion/Chronotropic.


It is my understanding the parasympathetic nervous system does not have a large negative effect on the force of contraction (inotropic effects) due to the low number of muscarinic receptors found on the myocardium. I understand force of contraction to be more related to sympathetic stimulation (or lack of stimulation) of adrenergic receptors on the myocardium. Does anyone else share this idea? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 65.183.173.170 (talk) 23:39, 2 June 2012 (UTC)