1978
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Abstract: In mongrel dogs myocardial stress of the following types of artificial cardiac arrest in moderate hypothermia and cardiopulmonary bypass was compared: 1. Ischemic arrest after aortic occlusion lasting 30 or 45 minutes. 2. Injection-cardioplegia according to Kirsch lasting 90 minutes. 3. infusion-cardioplegia according to Bretschneider lasting 90 minutes. The following parameters were compared: extracellular potassium activity ([K+]e) during cardiac arrest and [K+] in arterial and coronary venous blood during r… Show more

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“…Due to the limited number of data from our experimen ts, however , these functions only describe a small range of <'kvalues and the type of function curve cannot be finally decided upon from our data. The un derlying complex ionic shifts und er washout conditions, which lead to cardiac re-excitation, cannot be further elucidate d from our experimental data and will require fur ther elaborate biochemical investigation ( 12,21,25) . When correc ting our experimental washou t rates for heart weight it becomes obvious that the Qc-values used in our experiments and the amounts of ex tracoronary flo w in clinical cases are in the same range of magnitu de (F ig.…”
Section: II Imentioning
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“…Due to the limited number of data from our experimen ts, however , these functions only describe a small range of <'kvalues and the type of function curve cannot be finally decided upon from our data. The un derlying complex ionic shifts und er washout conditions, which lead to cardiac re-excitation, cannot be further elucidate d from our experimental data and will require fur ther elaborate biochemical investigation ( 12,21,25) . When correc ting our experimental washou t rates for heart weight it becomes obvious that the Qc-values used in our experiments and the amounts of ex tracoronary flo w in clinical cases are in the same range of magnitu de (F ig.…”
Section: II Imentioning