Pharmacologic perturbation of neutrophils by Fluosol results in a sustained reduction in infarct size in the canine model of reperfusion.


Previous studies have demonstrated that intravenous administration of large doses of Fluosol, a perfluorochemical preparation, reduced infarct size 24 h after reperfusion, an effect that was associated with reduced neutrophil infiltration. The effect of a clinically tolerable dose of Fluosol on infarct size after a prolonged period of reperfusion and its… (More)


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