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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Trimetazidine As Cardioplegia Addictive Without Pre-treatment Does Not Improve Myocardial Protection: Study In A Swine Working Heart Model.
Author: Silveira Filho, Lindemberg da Mota
Petrucci, Orlando
Carmo, Marcio Roberto de
Oliveira, Pedro Paulo Martins de
Vilarinho, Karlos Alexandre Sousa
Vieira, Reinaldo Wilson
Braile, Domingo Marcolino
Abstract: The aim of this study is to verify in an isolated working heart swine model if the acute administration of trimetazidine to cardioplegia, without pre-treatment improves heart performance. Eighteen pairs of swine were used in this working heart model, divided into three groups (n = 6) that underwent regional and global ischemia. Each group was selected to a different treatment: St. Thomas cardioplegia (ST), St. Thomas enriched with trimetazidine (TMZ) and control group (Co). Data was collected during reperfusion period at 30, 60 and 90 minutes. Hemodynamic parameters such as elastance contractility index (Emax), preload recruitable stroke work relationship (PRSW) and heart stiffness (EDPVR) were measured. Other data included coronary flow, lactate, oxygen and glucose consumption. Results were statistically analyzed. All contractility data were not significantly different among three groups. Lactate became constantly higher according to time uniformly in all three groups. Coronary flow, glucose consumption and oxygen consumption presented large variations during time periods but according to treatments showed no statistical differences in all three groups. Left ventricle final weight was significantly lower in trimetazidine group compared to both other groups. Administration of trimetazidine enhanced cardioplegia, without pre-treatment, showed no hemodynamic or metabolic improvement in swine isolated working heart model.
Subject: Analysis Of Variance
Calcium Chloride
Cardioplegic Solutions
Lactic Acid
Models, Animal
Models, Cardiovascular
Myocardial Contraction
Myocardial Ischemia
Myocardial Reperfusion
Oxygen Consumption
Potassium Chloride
Sodium Chloride
Time Factors
Rights: aberto
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Date Issue: -1-Uns- -1
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