Preischaemic as well as postischaemic application of a calcium antagonist affords cardioprotection in the isolated guinea pig heart.


OBJECTIVE The aim was to answer the following questions: (1) Does treatment with calcium antagonists have to be begun before ischaemia or is postischaemic application also protective? (2) When applied before ischaemia, do calcium antagonists have to depress preischaemic cardiac function in order to elicit protection? (3) Is cardioprotection a matter of… (More)


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