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|Title:||Hypercholesterolemic diet worst left ventricular function evaluated by echocardiography in rats subjected to an experimental infarct model|
|Authors:||DOURADO, Paulo M.; TSUTSUI, Jeane M.; CASELLA FILHO, Antonio; LANDIM, Mauricio B.; GALVAO, Tatiana F.; AIELLO, Vera D.; LUZ, Protasio Da; MATHIAS JR., Wilson; CHAGAS, Antonio C.|
|Citation:||CIRCULATION, v.125, n.19, p.E822-E822, 2012|
|Abstract:||Introduction: A better comprehension of the hypercholesterolemic diet role in the set of acute myocardial infarct is fundamental. Objectives: Evaluation of the role of hypercholesterolemic diet in the determination of the hemodynamics patterns by echocardiography. Methods: Sixty three anesthetized rats were subjected to occlusion of the left anterior descending (LAD) coronary artery and divided in six groups: G1–just normal diet (ND); G2–ND and treatment with rosuvastatim for 30 days began after infarct and G3–ND and 30 days previously to infarct treated with rosuvastatim until 30 days after it; G4 –just hypercholesterolemic diet (HD); G5–HD and treatment with rosuvastatim for 30 days began after infarct and G6 –HD and 30 days previously to infarct treated with rosuvastatim until 30 days after it. Echocardiography was performed using bidimensional image in the paraesternal long axis. The planimetry of the left ventricle areas in the end of the diastole (LVEDA) and systole (LVESA) were realized before the infarct (pre) and 30 days after the infarct (post) . A p value<0.05 was considered significant. Conclusion: The hypercholesterolemic diet worst the hemodynamics parameters–LVEDA and LVESA - in comparison with the normocholesterolemic group treated with rosuvastatim.|
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