Heat shock improves ischemic tolerance of hypertrophied rat hearts.

@article{Cornelussen1994HeatSI,
  title={Heat shock improves ischemic tolerance of hypertrophied rat hearts.},
  author={Richard N M Cornelussen and Wilko Spiering and J H Webers and L G De Bruin and Robert S. Reneman and Ger J. van der Vusse and Luc H.E.H. Snoeckx},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={267 5 Pt 2},
  pages={
          H1941-7
        }
}
The postischemic recovery of hypertrophied hearts was studied 24 h after total body hyperthermia. To this end, anesthetized aortic-banded and sham-operated rats were subjected to heat shock (AoBHS and ShamHS, respectively). Cardiac hypertrophy was induced 8 wk earlier. In isolated ejecting hearts, functional recovery after 45 min of global ischemia was poor and moderate in nonheated (control) hypertrophied (AoBC) and nonheated (control) nonhypertrophied (ShamC) hearts, respectively. Heat shock… CONTINUE READING
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