PCr overshoot': a study of the duration in canine myocardium.

@article{StraeterKnowlen2002PCrOA,
  title={PCr overshoot': a study of the duration in canine myocardium.},
  author={Ingrid M. Straeter-Knowlen and Edward J. Butterworth and Steven D. Buchthal and Jan A. den Hollander and James B. Caulfield and Robert Hugh Jennings and William T. Evanochko},
  journal={NMR in biomedicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={
          52-9
        }
}
The phosphocreatine (PCr) overshoot is a well-documented phenomenon and is readily observable by 31P MRS. In addition, a second 31P MRS observation during ischemia with reperfusion is a diminution in ATP levels. Combining these two as the 'PCr Overshoot' the PCr/ATP ratio may provide an index of viability. However little information is available regarding the duration of this 'overshoot'. For this approach to be useful clinically, the duration of this phenomenon must be ascertained. An open… CONTINUE READING
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