Effects of ribose on exercise-induced ischaemia in stable coronary artery disease.

Abstract

There is no established treatment specifically aimed at protecting or restoring cardiac energy metabolism, which is greatly impaired by ischaemia. Even after reperfusion, myocardial content of ATP remains low for more than 72 h. Long-term post-ischaemic dysfunction and irreversibility of ischaemic damage have been associated with low ATP content. Evidence… (More)

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@article{Pliml1992EffectsOR, title={Effects of ribose on exercise-induced ischaemia in stable coronary artery disease.}, author={W. Pliml and Thomas von Arnim and Alexander R. St{\"a}blein and Helene Hofmann and Heiko Zimmer and Erdmann Erdmann}, journal={Lancet}, year={1992}, volume={340 8818}, pages={507-10} }