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heart overload


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heart overload

heart overload

Fluid overload contributing to heart failure

Oxidative remodeling in pressure overload induced chronic heart failure☆

297Osteoglycin regulates cardiac fibrosis in the pressure-overloaded heart

138 Myocardial collagen turnover in pressure-overloaded human hearts during the heart failure progression

Contribution of Na+/H+ exchange to Na+ overload in the ischemic hypertrophied hyperthyroid rat heart

Transgenic rat hearts overexpressing SERCA2a show improved contractility under baseline conditions and pressure overload

Differential expression of cytokines in the rat heart in response to sustained volume overload

A new model of congestive heart failure in the mouse due to chronic volume overload

Acute heart failure as “acute endothelitis” — Interaction of fluid overload and endothelial dysfunction

Fluid overload in acute heart failure — Re-distribution and other mechanisms beyond fluid accumulation

Effects of phosphodiesterase-5 inhibition by sildenafil in the pressure overloaded right heart

723 Intermittent hemodialysis induces repeated volume overload heart failure in patients with left ventricular dysfunction

220 Correlation of myocardial function, iron overload and ergospirometry in a thalassemic population with heart failure

438 Distinct effects of chronic left ventricular pressure overload in normal and diabetic hearts

344 Generalized metabolic myopathy in pressure overload-induced heart failure: is circulating angiotensin II involved

545MiR-139 expression is detrimental during pressure overload-induced heart failure

Proteomic remodelling of mitochondrial oxidative pathways in pressure overload-induced heart failure

 

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A condition that occurs when the demand for oxygenated blood exceeds the ability of the heart to pump oxygenated blood around the body.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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