1980
DOI: 10.1055/s-2007-1022101 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Crystalloid cardioplegic infusates with "extracellular" and "intracellular" ionic formulation were compared in the isolated working rat heart under hypothermic conditions of coronary infusion (4 min, 4 degrees C) and ischemia (100 min, 20 degrees C) and with the postischemic recovery of various parameters of cardiac function for the assessment of efficacy. With the St. Thomas' Hospital (ST) solution the recovery was superior to that observed with the Bretschneider (BR) solution no 3. In further experiments it … Show more

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“…The heart was thereaft er rapid ly excised and put into ice cold perfu sion medium . When contractions had ceased (within 1 minute) , the aorta was mounted onto a stainless steel cannula connected to a perfu sion appa ratu s, de scribed in detail elsewhere (14 ). Immediat ely after mounting , the heart was perfused retrogradely at 37°C with perfusion medium from a reservoir with a pressure he ad of 75 mmHg.…”
Section: Ex Perimental Modelmentioning
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“…The heart was thereaft er rapid ly excised and put into ice cold perfu sion medium . When contractions had ceased (within 1 minute) , the aorta was mounted onto a stainless steel cannula connected to a perfu sion appa ratu s, de scribed in detail elsewhere (14 ). Immediat ely after mounting , the heart was perfused retrogradely at 37°C with perfusion medium from a reservoir with a pressure he ad of 75 mmHg.…”
Section: Ex Perimental Modelmentioning