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Morphohistochemical characteristics of heart myocardiocytes under profound donor hypothermia

, : Morphohistochemical characteristics of heart myocardiocytes under profound donor hypothermia. Arkhiv Patologii 54(11): 27-32

Hearts of 52 pups were studied histochemically and electron-microscopically at various stages of total-body hypothermia. The dependence of the myocardiocyte metabolic alterations on the factors acting in the myocardium during different stages of hypothermia and during subsequent warming is shown. The vitality of the cooled heart is largely determined by retaining not only of its function, but by its anatomo-physiological links with the organism. The method of the profound hypothermia of the donor organism is, according to the authors, one of the ways to sustain the donor heart vitality before transplantation.


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