C. Boer

C. E. van den Brom1
D. D. J. Habets1
M. M. A. L. Pelsers1
M. Fodor1
J. F. C. Glatz1
1C. E. van den Brom
1D. D. J. Habets
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  • D. M. Ouwens, M. Diamant, M. Fodor, D. D. J. Habets, M. M. A. L. Pelsers, M. El Hasnaoui +8 others
  • 2007
AIMS/HYPOTHESIS Changes in cardiac substrate utilisation leading to altered energy metabolism may underlie the development of diabetic cardiomyopathy. We studied cardiomyocyte substrate uptake and utilisation and the role of the fatty acid translocase CD36 in relation to in vivo cardiac function in rats fed a high-fat diet (HFD). METHODS Rats were exposed(More)
Antithrombotic drugs are widely used for a variety of indications to prevent arterial and venous thrombosis. When anti-thrombotic drugs are discontinued in the days before a surgical procedure, the risk for perioperative bleeding may decrease , whereas the risk of thromboembolic events rises. The balancing of these risks remains an ongoing challenge for the(More)
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