Electronic auction: supply of supplies for clinical approbations on the topic "radiofrequency catheter ablation with continuous measurement of the contact force with the myocardium
in patients with atrial fibrillation"
Streptococcus pneumonia in the blood invaded the heart and formed lesions in the myocardium
, the muscular middle layer of the heart wall, the researchers showed.
The contractility of the myocardium
increases with no concomitant increase in oxygen consumption, enabling the heart to operate more efficiently.
The question to be raised is how the renewal of a piece of myocardium
follows the time line of picking up cell types in series: cardiomyocytes, endothelial cells, smooth muscle cells, fibro blast, pacemaker cells, conducting and Purkinje cells to bring the orchestration of rhythmically contracting and relaxing heart.
In 2012, Penn State researchers discovered that treating human stem cells with chemicals that sequentially activate and inhibit Wnt signaling pathway, they become myocardium
A situation of emergency was declared by the myocardium
1, A and B) showed approximately 15 radio-opaque foreign bodies lodged in the mediastinum, localised within what appeared to be the myocardium
Patients with dysfunctional but viable myocardium
maybe considered for revascularization, whereas patients with irreversibly damaged non-viable myocardium
receives no benefit from interventional procedures.
The potential biomarkers found in rat plasma and myocardium
were well analyzed to explain the cardioprotective mechanism of GBE on MI.
is the muscular tissue of which part of the body?
In other words, the scaffolds are able to cure the damaged myocardium
by triggering cell migration or angiogenic methods.
Dusek first described the postnatal persistence of spongy myocardium
in 1975 pathologically, but Engberding and Bender made the first clinical recognition with two-dimensional (2D) echocardiography in 1984 [2, 3].