Exercise training improves metabolic response after ischemia in isolated working rat heart.

@article{Bowles1994ExerciseTI,
  title={Exercise training improves metabolic response after ischemia in isolated working rat heart.},
  author={Douglas K. Bowles and Joseph W. Starnes},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={76 4},
  pages={1608-14}
}
Hearts from treadmill-trained and sedentary rats were perfused in the working heart mode. Mechanical and metabolite status was evaluated before ischemia, after 25 min of global ischemia, and after 30 min of retrograde reperfusion. After reperfusion, hearts from trained rats were found to have better recovery of contractile function, lower diastolic stiffness, greater efficiency of work, and greater extracellular calcium responsiveness than hearts from sedentary rats. Training had no significant… CONTINUE READING

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