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effect of acute pressure overload on selected metabolites of the in situ rat heart

Neil Gray Little

effect of acute pressure overload on selected metabolites of the in situ rat heart

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    Subjects:
  • Exercise -- Physiological aspects,
  • Energy metabolism,
  • Heart,
  • Rats

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    Statementby Neil Gray Little
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 57 leaves :
    Number of Pages57
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    Open LibraryOL14457809M

    Organ transplantation is the standard treatment modality for end-stage organ disease in selected cases. Two types of potential organ donors can be identified: the brain-dead ‘heart-beating donors’, referred to as DBD (donation after brain death), and the warm ischaemic ‘non-heart-beating donors’, referred to as DCD (donation after circulatory death). Lately I have normal blood pressure but heart rate is always between Im not thay active and having chest more Lately I have normal blood pressure but heart rate is always between Im not thay active and having chest pain on left side. Short breathing?   Blood Pressure Drug Combination Reduces Heart Attack Deaths Date: Septem Source: Vanderbilt University Medical Center Summary: Thousands of patients with high blood pressure could. Chapter Management of patients with complications from heart disease Heart Failure (HF): clinical syndrome resulting from structural or functional cardiac disorders that impair ventricles ability to fill or eject blood-Often referred to as congestive heart failure (CHF) b/c patients experience pulmonary or peripheral congestion with edema -HF has fluid overload and .


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[Neil Gray Little]. Free Online Library: The effect of angoroside C on pressure overload-induced ventricular remodeling in rats.(Report) by "Phytomedicine: International Journal of Phytotherapy & Phytopharmacology"; Health, general Biological sciences Science and technology, general Gene expression Health aspects Heart diseases Care and treatment Messenger RNA Properties.

Keywords:Acute heart failure, chronic heart failure, congestion, volume overload, blood pressure, heart rate. Abstract:Background: Heart failure (HF) is a global health problem.

Like most effect of acute pressure overload on selected metabolites of the in situ rat heart book diseases, HF also courses with acute exacerbations, which have been found to be associated with significant morbidity and : Duygu Kocyigit, Kadri Murat Gurses, Muhammed Ulvi Yalcin, Lale Tokgozoglu.

Background. Cardiac hypertrophy and heart failure are associated with metabolic dysregulation and a state of chronic energy deficiency.

Although several disparate changes in individual metabolic pathways have been described, there has been no global assessment of metabolomic changes in hypertrophic and failing hearts inwe investigated the impact of pressure Cited by: Haemodynamic data and electrocardiography.

Heart rate was lower in the heart failure group than in effect of acute pressure overload on selected metabolites of the in situ rat heart book control group ( ± 10 vs. ± 14 min −1, n = 7; P Cited by: After oral administration, the effect of angoroside C on ventricular remodeling was evaluated by using a pressure-overloaded rat model, some related indexes were detected in vivo.

Methods A model of pressure overloaded ventricular remodeling was produced by abdominal aortic constriction (AAC) in by: 6. ABSTRACT. OBJECTIVE: To compare cardiac structural changes in experimental pressure and volume overload models.

METHODS: The study analysis included renovascular hypertensive rats (RVH, n=8), normotensive rats with volume overload caused by an aortocaval fistula (ACF, n=10) and control rats (CONT, n=8). After four weeks, tail cuff blood pressure (SBP) was recorded.

Pressure overload induces cardiac growth in the rat, which implies the hypertrophy of cardiac muscle cells and prolif-eration of nonmuscle cells. The cardiac cell loss observed in parallel has generally been attributed to necrosis. Using an in situ assay, we demonstrated a phase of apoptosis or pro.

Effect of Long-Term Heart Rate Reduction by If Current Inhibition on Pressure Overload-Induced Heart Failure in Rats Article in Journal of Pharmacology and.

Advances in Physiological Sciences, Volume 8: Cardiovascular Physiology: Heart, Peripheral Circulation and Methodology presents the proceedings of the 28th International Congress of Physiological Sciences, held in Budapest, Hungary, on July 13–19, This book examines some of the significant arterial pressure control mechanisms.

() in isolated healthy rat hearts. This effect was absent in pressure overload-induced hypertrophic hearts. In addi-tion, the vasorelaxation effect of Ang-() was impaired in aorta from pressure-overloaded rats.

Interestingly, chronic treatment with losartan 1 mg kg–1 day–1 restored the cor-onary vasodilation, but not aorta Cited by: 2. Pressure-overload, resulting from hypertension or aortic valvular stenosis, and coronary artery disease remain the most common causes of heart failure.

effect of acute pressure overload on selected metabolites of the in situ rat heart book 1,2,28,29 Metabolic defects can play a critical role in the initiation and progression of heart failure and metabolic modulators have been proposed as a potential therapy for heart failure.

3,4 Cited by:   Molecular hydrogen has been shown to have antioxidant effect and have been used to prevent oxidative stress-related diseases. The goal of this study was to explore if hydrogen-rich saline (HRS) plays a cardioprotective effect on abdominal aortic constriction (AAC) induced cardiac hypertrophy in rats.

60adult Sprague–Dawley rats received surgically the AAC Cited by: 1. Effect of verapamil on blood pressure and lesions in heart and kidney of rats made hypertensive by deoxycorticosterone (DOC) February American Journal Of Pathology (1) Pressure-overload-induced heart failure induces a selective reduction in glucose oxidation at physiological afterload.

Cardiovasc Res. ; – doi: /cvr/cvs Crossref Medline Google Scholar; Dai DF, Hsieh EJ, Chen T, Menendez LG, Basisty NB, Tsai L, Beyer RP, Crispin DA, Shulman NJ, Szeto HH, Tian R, MacCoss MJ Cited by: Using the rat volume overload model created by aorto-caval fistula (ACF), numerous insights into pathogenesis of volume-overload induced heart failure were obtained.

Volume overload leads to increased heart weight due to biventricular eccentric File Size: 3MB. Pressure Overload - In response to increased pressure, new sarcomeres are laid down in parallel causing the myofibril to thicken (diameter increases), resulting in - a dramatic increase in the wall thickness and a decrease in the chamber diameter - and a decrease in ventricular compliance and diastolic dysfunction.

Abstract. Objective: The aim was to determine the effect of myocardial hypertrophy on the incidence and severity of arrhythmias following reperfusion after experimental coronary artery occlusion, and to establish if the effect differed between pressure overload hypertrophy and volume overload s: The experiments were performed in by: 6.

Abstract. Both myocyte growth and changes in the extracellular matrix may affect the passive mechanics of the left ventricle (LV). Pressure-volume (PV) relationships and midwall two-dimensional strainsversus passive loading were measured in isolated rat hearts 2 and 6 weeks after ascending aortic banding.

Collagen area fractions and perimysial fibril orientations were Cited by:   A study was made on the effect of acute hypertension on the blood-brain barrier to proteins. The arterial blood pressure was raised by intravenous injections of metaraminol bitartrate (Aramine) and Evans Blue was used as protein tracer.

Multiple foci Evans Blue extravasation became evident in the gray matter of the brain as early as 10 min after the Cited by: aortic stenosis-induced pressure overload mice, there was no effect of CZ on this decrease. The levels of iNOS were increased in pressure overload.

The treatment with CZ mitigated this increase in iNOS. The levels of total nitrotyrosine proteins were increased in chronic pressure overload mice. In addition, CZ itself. Since stress responses are increased and can result in elevated blood pressure, the blood pressure would be elevated Nicotine and caffeine both elevate blood pressure.

Explain how an increase in blood pressure could have a negative effect on the cardiac output. Heat illness is a debilitating and potentially life-threatening condition.

Limited data are available to identify individuals with heat illness at greatest risk for organ damage. We recently described the transcriptomic and proteomic responses to heat injury and recovery in multiple organs in an in vivo model of conscious rats heated to a maximum core temperature of °C Cited by: heart contracts.

Pressure is exerted in waves; it is highest when the heart contracts (systolic pressure), and lowest when the heart completely relaxes between contractions (diastolic pressure). Blood pressure is always reported in millimeters of mercury using two numbers, the systolic pressure over the diastolic pressure (e.g., /80).File Size: KB.

Effects of Pressure Overload, Left Ventricular Hypertrophy on B8-Adrenergic Receptors, and Responsiveness to Catecholamines similarbase-line values for meanarterial pressure, heart rate, and LVend-diastolic pressure and diameter.

LV. Decreased Cardiac Output: Inadequate blood pumped by the heart to meet the metabolic demands of the body. Cardiac output is the amount of blood pumped by the heart per minute.

It is the product of the heart rate, which is the number of beats per minute, and the stroke volume, which is amount pumped per beat. CO = HR X SV. The cardiac output is usually expressed in.

changes (Flecknell ) which include blood pressure (BP) decrease and alterations of heart rate (HR), cardiac output or stroke volume (Vidt et al.Salgado and KriegerWalker et al.

Wixson et al.Janssen et al. Although almost all anesthetics lower BP in the rat, the hemodynamic mechanisms are. Grenzer responded: Two ways. It can cause the heart muscle to get thick and stiff so that it does not relax and fill up with blood properly.

It could also cause the heart muscle to become weak so that it does not squeeze or contract as forcefully. These are called diastolic dysfunction (too thick) or systolic dysfunction (weak and flabby).

The model of infrarenal aortocaval fistula (ACF) has recently gained new interest in its use to investigate cardiac pathophysiology. Since in previous investigations the development of congestive heart failure (CHF) was inconsistent and started to develop earliest 8–10 weeks after fistula induction using a 18G needle, this project aimed to induce a predictable degree of CHF.

The associations of diastolic blood pressure (DBP) with stroke and with coronary heart disease (CHD) were investigated in nine major prospective observational studies: total individuals, strokes, and CHD events, (mean 10) years of by: To test the assumption that compensatory mechanisms may be active, we determined the DNA content and the presence of the splicing factor Sc 13 The final goal of this work was 2-fold: (1) To define the mode of transition of compensated hypertrophy to HF in the pressure-overloaded human heart with emphasis on the role of cell death: autophagy Cited by: Cardiovascular reactivity in hypertension Methods All experiments were carried out using male C.S.E.

rats (Scientific Products), of g body weight. Renal or DOCA/NaClhypertension was induced by the methods described previously (Finch &Leach, a). Chronic hypertension was considered to be present when systolic b!ood pressure in excess of mmHg (1 Cited by: Myocardial Morphological Characteristics and Proarrhythmic Substrate in the Rat Model of Heart Failure Due to Chronic Volume Overload JIRI BENES JR.,1,2,3* VOJTECH MELENOVSKY,4,5 PETRA SKAROUPKOVA,5,6 JANA POSPISILOVA,7 JIRI PETRAK,7 LUDEK CERVENKA,5,6 AND DAVID SEDMERA 1,2 1Charles University in Prague, First Faculty of Medicine, Institute.

The bromodomain and extra-terminal domain family inhibitors (BETi) are a promising new class of anticancer agents. Since numerous anticancer drugs have been correlated to cardiomyopathy, and since BETi can affect non-cancerous tissues, we aimed to investigate in healthy animals any ultrastructural BETi-induced alterations of the heart as compared to skeletal muscle.

Male Cited by: 4. METABOLIC RESPONSE TO SUBACUTE AND SUBCHRONIC IRON OVERLOAD IN A RAT MODEL Khadiga 1,2,g. adham, * manal h. Farhood,1 maha h. daghestani,1 nadia a.

aleisa, 1 ahlam a. alKhaliFa1 maha h. el amin,1 Promy VirK, mai a. al-obeid1 and eman m. al-humaidhi3 1Zoology Department, College of Science, King Saud University, Ryadh, Saudi Arabia.

Intoxication Effects Increased heart rate blood pressure metabolism energy from SPAN at South Plains College. blood pressure (mBP) and heart rate (HR). In particular, we have reported (Randall et al., ) that classical aversive condition-ing elicits stereotypic changes in autonomic nervous activity in rat that,inturn,drivepatternedchanges(Randalletal.,)in mBP, HR, stroke volume (SV), cardiac output (CO), and periph-eral resistance (Li et al.

Protective effect of qiliqiangxin capsule on energy metabolism and myocardial mitochondria in pressure overload heart failure rats. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. ; Li X, Zhang J, Huang J, Ma A, Yang J, Li W. et by: 4.

In this issue of the JCI, Perrino et al. have used a unique model system to mimic the pathophysiologic effects of an intermittent pressure overload on the heart — in effect, to examine the basic issue of what determines an in vivo pathogenic stimulus (see the related article beginning on page ).Cited by: As mentioned before, left ventricle hypertrophy (LVH) is a well-known characteristic of cardiac adaptation to pressure overload and an essential criterion of hypertensive heart disease [].Studies have shown that the LV proteome in particular is highly altered in this process, even at the early stages of hypertension [].The spontaneously hypertensive rat (SHR) is one of the main Cited by:.

Pdf and hypertension are major causes of large artery remodeling and stiffening, a cardiovascular risk factor for heart and kidney damage. The aged spontaneously hypertensive rat (SHR) model is recognized for human cardiovascular pathology, but discrepancies appeared in Cited by: 9.Alteration in circulating metabolites during and after heat stress in the conscious rat: potential biomarkers of exposure and organ-specific injury Danielle L Ippolito1, John A Lewis1, Chenggang Yu2, Lisa R Leon3 and Jonathan D Stallings1* Abstract Background: Heat illness is a debilitating and potentially life-threatening condition.To quantify diastolic RV pressure-volume relations ebook myocardial ebook (MC), a new sigmoidal model was developed.

RV micromanometric and sonomicrometric data in alert dogs at control (n = 16) and under surgically induced subacute ( wk) RV pressure overload (n = 6), volume overload (n = 7), and ischemia (n = 6) were analyzed.