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The levels of free and peptide-bound hydroxyproline, hexosamines, glycosaminoglycans and elastolytic blood plasma activity were found to be altered in patients with myocardial infarction. The shifts in these indicators depended on the disease standing and the type of anticoagulant therapy.
The authors report on the experience with amino acid drugs ( alvesin -new, aminon ) used in combination with anabolic steroids (retabolil) in patients with acute myocardial infarctions. Specific protein reparative therapy was associated with a favourable course of the disease, earlier (as against the control group) normalization of the… (More)
Healing processes in the myocardium in acute myocardial infarction (AMI) were assessed by dynamic monitoring of changes in the levels of collagen metabolites--free (FO) and peptide-bound (PBO) oxyproline--in 50 patients and in 30 healthy controls. Basic parameters of protein metabolism using radionuclide markers were determined simultaneously with FO and… (More)