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Di Napoli P et al.  
Ischaemic preconditioning of rat myocardium: effects on postischaemic coronary endothelium hyperpermeability and microcirculatory damage

Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 1998; 1 (1): 37-42

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Figure 1: Experimental protocol. w.h.: working heart perfusion. Lang.: Langendorff reperfusion. FITC-AIb.: Fluorescein Isothiocyanate-Albumin. HC: Histologic control.


Keywords: DesignDesignischaemic preconditioningischämisches PreconditioningmicrocirculationMikrozirkulationprotocolProtokollSchema
 
 
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Figure 2: Haemodynamic parameters (aortic flow, coronary flow, minute work). Data are expressed as mean +/- SD.


Keywords: blood flowBlutflussDiagrammischaemic preconditioningischämisches PreconditioningmicrocirculationMikrozirkulation
 
 
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Figure 3: Haemodynamic parameters (systolic aortic pressure, heart rate, cardiac output). SAP: systolic aortic pressure. Data are expressed as mean +/- SD.


Keywords: cardiac outputcardiac outputDiagrammheart rateHerzfrequenzischaemic preconditioningischämisches PreconditioningmicrocirculationMikrozirkulationsystolic blood pressuresystolischer Blutdruck
 
 
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Figure 4: Time-course of enzymatic release in coronary effluent (CPK, LDH). Data are expressed as mean +/- SD.


Keywords: creatine kinaseDiagrammEnzymenzymeischaemic preconditioningischämisches PreconditioningKreatinkinaselactatdehydrogenaseLaktatdehydrogenasemicrocirculationMikrozirkulation
 
 
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Figure 5: Arrhythmic score


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Figure 6: Histological samples (200X, fluorescent light) showing the FITC-Albumin diffusion in perimyocytic space (left) and perivascular space (right). Top: control. Middle: preconditioning. Bottom: preconditioning + hypertonic reperfusion. In control group fluorescence is strongly diffused around myocytes and perivascular space. After ischaemic preconditioning, albumin extravasation is limited; adding hypertonic reperfusion FlTC-albumin diffusion is detected in the only endothelial surface of blood vessels (bottom, on the right)


Keywords: FITC-albuminFITC-albuminHistologisches Präparathistologyischaemic preconditioningischämisches PreconditioningmicrocirculationMikrozirkulation
 
 
 
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