4 edition of Activation, metabolism, and perfusion of the heart found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by S. Sideman, R. Beyar.|
|Series||Developments in cardiovascular medicine|
|Contributions||Sideman, S., Beyar, Rafael., Tekhniyon, Makhon tekhnologi le-Yiśraʼel., Rutgers University., Henry Goldberg Workshop (3rd : 1986 : Rutgers University)|
|LC Classifications||QP111.2 .A28 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvi, 737 p. :|
|Number of Pages||737|
|LC Control Number||87001721|
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A number of changes observed in the hypertrophied and failing heart such as energy depletion, AMPK activation, mitochondrial ROS overproduction, and damaged mitochondria are strong mediators of autophagy in various settings. , However, the potential contribution of these events to autophagic activation in HF remains to be verified. Cells begin to change due to issues with perfusion and oxygenation. Perfusion is the method used by arteries to deliver blood to capillary beds in body tissues. Without this nutritive blood and an adequate oxygen supply, the cells switch to anaerobic metabolism, producing pyruvic and lactic acid.
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[S Sideman; Rafael Beyar; Ṭekhniyon, Makhon. Activation, Metabolism and Perfusion of the Heart. Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine (Book 70) Share your thoughts Complete your review.
Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Springer Netherlands. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: Electrical activation and propagation Activation of computer simulations for combined experimental-theoretical study of anisotropic discontinuous propagation at a microscopic level in cardiac muscle The role of the interstitial space metabolism electrical models of cardiac sources Myocardial metabolism is an integral part of the function of the heart as consumer and provider of energy and has pleiotropic roles.
The bulk of the energy for contraction of the heart comes from oxidative phosphorylation of ADP. A vast network of highly regulated metabolic pathways matches demand and supply with precision. However, when perfusion deteriorates and oxygen is not present (anaerobic metabolism), only two ATP and perfusion of the heart book.
The resultant lack of energy compromises all cellular functions. Part of the Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine book series (DICM, volume 70) Abstract Impedance to flow in the coronary circulation is time-varying, precluding the use of Fourier transforms of pressure and flow waveforms to determine impedance.
perturbation techniques have been used to determine impedance in long diastoles. The high metabolism of the heart leads to acidosis, necrosis, and edema.
Thus, normothermic or hypothermic donor heart preservation techniques are directed to minimize the detrimental changes and prevent formation of edema. Evaluation of the donor heart quality after perfusion is important, and analytical techniques are described in detail below.
Pathological activation of transcription factors in the RV in PAH (eg, HIF1α, c-Myc, and FOXO1) leads to changes in metabolism, notably activation of PDK2 and PDK4.
This decreases the expression of repolarizing voltage-gated potassium channels (Kv), such as Kv, in cardiac myocytes. Heart failure (HF) affects 1–2 % of the population in developed countries and absorbs a significant amount of human and economic resources.
1–3 It is a complex syndrome, characterised by a spectrum of symptoms and signs ranging from minimal loss of normal functional capacity to more severe symptoms refractory to medical therapy.
It may be associated with different aetiologies and varying. ROS-Mediated NLRP3 Inflammasome Activation in Brain, Heart, Kidney, and Testis Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury Oxid Med Cell Longev.
; doi: // During heart perfusion with [U C 6]glucose, influent (arterial) and effluent (venous) perfusates (2 ml minimum) are collected on ice at 20–25 and 25–30 min, of which 1 ml is immediately treated with 50 μl 1 M NaBD 4 for 30 min on ice.
The two 1 ml aliquots are stored at − 20 °C until further analysis. The term "perfusion" is derived from the French verb 'perfuse' meaning to 'pour over or through'. Perfusionists employ artificial blood pumps to propel open-heart surgery patients' blood through their body tissue, replacing the function of the heart while the cardiac surgeon operates.
When a patient's blood is continuously removed and returned through plastic tubing to allow health care. The following summarizes important features of coronary blood flow: Flow is tightly coupled to oxygen demand. This is necessary because the heart has a very high basal oxygen consumption ( ml O 2 /min/g) and the highest A-VO 2 difference of a major organ ( ml/ ml).
In non-diseased coronary vessels, whenever cardiac activity and oxygen consumption increases there is an increase. The heart adapts to the decreased TG synthesis by increasing oxidation of the exogenous fatty acids without changes in lipid metabolism homeostasis or myocardial energetics.
In response to high fat diet, not only does DGAT1 deficiency not affect cardiac function, but the iKO heart retains its ability to upregulate PPARα activity and remodel.
Enhanced task-related brain activation and resting perfusion in healthy older adults after chronic blueberry supplementation. Joanna L. Bowtell, a Zainie Aboo-Bakkar, a Myra E. Conway, b Anna-Lynne R.
Adlam, c Jonathan Fulford d. a Sport and Health Sciences, University of Exeter, St Luke’s Campus, Heavitree Rd., Exeter, EX1 2LU, United Kingdom. The heart is a muscle and, like any muscle, it responds dramatically to exercise.
For a healthy young adult, cardiac output (heart rate × stroke volume) increases in the nonathlete from approximately liters ( quarts) per minute to a maximum of about 20 liters (21 quarts) per minute.
In this stage of shock, perfusion is reduced to essential tissues, such as the brain and heart. Widespread cellular hypoxia and anaerobic metabolism occur. In the irreversible stage of shock, the body's compensations have failed to maintain adequate blood flow to the brain and heart.
Diagram showing the pathophysiological consequences of congestive heart failure leading to impaired drug absorption, disposition, metabolism and excretion (Oral and intramuscular) (Summarized from. Heart failure syndrome is defined as the inability of the heart to deliver adequate blood to the body to meet end-organ metabolic needs and oxygenation at rest or during mild exercise.
Myocardial dysfunction can be defined as systolic and/or diastolic, acute or chronic, compensated or uncompensated, or uni- or biventricular. Several counterregulatory mechanisms are activated .Stages of shock NCLEX questions for nursing students!
This quiz will test your knowledge on all the stages of shock. Shock occurs when the body has experienced some type of injury or severe infection that cause the cardiac output to fall below the parameters needed to maintain tissue perfusion. This leads to cell hypoxia and eventually multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) and death.maps of metabolism and perfusion in the rodent heart in a sin-gle acquisition.
This hyperpolarized 13C imaging test is expected to enable new studies in which the cardiac metabo-lism/perfusion mismatch can be studied in the acute environ-ment. Magn Reson Med –, VC The Authors Magnetic Resonance in Medicine published by.