Pathophysiology and Pharmacology of Heart Disease: Proceedings of the symposium held by the Indian section of the International Society for Heart Research, Chandigarh, India, February 1988 / Edition 1by Naranjan S. Dhalla
Pub. Date: 08/31/1989
Publisher: Springer US
Table of Contents1 The newborn pig heart, a superior animal model of cardiac hypertrophy.- 2 Subcellular alterations in hypertrophied pig heart due to pressure overload.- 3 Cardiac sarcolemmal vesicles: ATP-dependent Ca ion transport and inhibition of protein kinase reactions by amrinone.- 4 Transient changes in cyclic AMP and in protein kinase and phosphorylase activity during the cardiac cycle in the canine myocardium and the effect of propranolol.- 5 The role of creatine kinase and adenylate systems in the integration of oxidative phosphorylation and contractile function in the heart.- 6 The action of calcium channel agonists on the mammalian ventricular myocardium.- 7 Calcium and reperfusion damage in heart muscle.- 8 Cardioplegia and cellular calcium homeostasis.- 9 Role of oxygen in myocardial ischaemia and reperfusion damage.- 10 Calcium channel blockers in experimental myocardial infarction.- 11 New trends in protection from life-threatening arrhythmias.- 12 The role of the blood pressure in the mechanism of congestive cardiac failure.- 13 Untreated congestive heart failure: studies of mechanisms.- 14 Hyponatremia in congestive heart failure.- 15 Dietary N-3 fatty acids and ischaemic heart disease.- 16 Atherosclerosis in a monkey model.- 17 Abnormalities of adrenergic mechanisms in diabetic cardiomyopathy.- 18 Circulatory response to high altitude.- 19 Reversible effects of focused ultrasound on myocardium.- Author Index.
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