Stem cells improve right ventricular functional recovery after acute pressure overload and ischemia reperfusion injury.
- Published Article
The Journal of surgical research
- Publication Date
Aug 01, 2007
This compounded injury model allowed the study of right ventricular dysfunction in the setting of acute pressure overload and ischemia. Additionally, we have also demonstrated that pretreatment with stem cells of an acutely pressure overloaded right ventricle prior to ischemia reperfusion injury improves functional recovery. This is the first report of a modified Langendorff technique to study right ventricular function in the setting of acute pressure overload and ischemia and the effect of pretreatment with stem cells.
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