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Infarct size reduction by AT1-receptor blockade through a signal cascade of AT2-receptor activation, bradykinin and prostaglandins in pigs.
- A. Jalowy, R. Schulz, H. Dörge, M. Behrends, G. Heusch
- Journal of the American College of Cardiology
- 15 November 1998
OBJECTIVE We studied the effect of the angiotensin II type 1 (AT1)-receptor antagonist candesartan on infarct size resulting from regional myocardial ischemia in pigs. BACKGROUND The effects of… Expand
Impact of preoperative statin therapy on adverse postoperative outcomes in patients undergoing cardiac surgery: a meta-analysis of over 30,000 patients.
AIMS To determine the strength of evidence for preoperative statin use for prevention of adverse postoperative outcomes in patients undergoing cardiac surgery. METHODS AND RESULTS After literature… Expand
Myocardial Dysfunction With Coronary Microembolization: Signal Transduction Through a Sequence of Nitric Oxide, Tumor Necrosis Factor-&agr;, and Sphingosine
Coronary microembolization results in progressive myocardial dysfunction, with causal involvement of tumor necrosis factor-&agr; (TNF-&agr;). TNF-&agr; uses a signal transduction involving nitric… Expand
Coronary microembolization: the role of TNF-alpha in contractile dysfunction.
Coronary microembolization is a frequent complication of atherosclerotic plaque rupture in acute coronary syndromes and during coronary interventions. Experimental coronary microembolization results… Expand
Coronary Microembolization: the Role of TNF- α in Contractile Dysfunction
: Coronary microembolization is a frequent complication of atherosclerotic plaque rupture in acute coronary syndromes and during coronary interventions. Experimental coronary microembolization… Expand
Glucocorticoid Treatment Prevents Progressive Myocardial Dysfunction Resulting From Experimental Coronary Microembolization
Background—The frequency and importance of microembolization in patients with acute coronary syndromes and during coronary interventions have recently been appreciated. Experimental microembolization… Expand
Perfusion-contraction mismatch with coronary microvascular obstruction: role of inflammation.
- H. Dörge, T. Neumann, +5 authors G. Heusch
- American journal of physiology. Heart and…
- 1 December 2000
A close relationship exists between regional myocardial blood flow (RMBF) and function during acute coronary inflow restriction (perfusion-contraction matching). However, the relationship of flow and… Expand
Attenuation of myocardial stunning by the AT1 receptor antagonist candesartan
- H. Dörge, M. Behrends, R. Schulz, A. Jalowy, G. Heusch
- Basic Research in Cardiology
- 1 June 1999
Abstract The effect of AT1 receptor blockade on myocardial stunning is still somewhat ambiguous. In some prior studies, coronary occlusion was of too long duration such that the effects of infarction… Expand
Angiotensin II and myosin light-chain phosphorylation contribute to the stretch-induced slow force response in human atrial myocardium.
- J. Kockskaemper, M. Khafaga, +12 authors B. Pieske
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Cardiovascular research
- 1 September 2008
AIMS Stretch is an important regulator of atrial function. The functional effects of stretch on human atrium, however, are poorly understood. Thus, we characterized the stretch-induced force response… Expand
Endotoxin and ischemic preconditioning: TNF-alpha concentration and myocardial infarct development in rabbits.
- S. Belosjorow, R. Schulz, H. Dörge, F. Schade, G. Heusch
- The American journal of physiology
Ischemic preconditioning (IP) and prior exposure to lipopolysaccharides (LPS) reduce infarct size (IS) and serum tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha) concentration resulting from myocardial… Expand