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cardiac enzymes after reperfusion therapy

Discussion in 'Cardiology' started by anshu, May 24, 2013.

  1. anshu

    anshu Guest


    what happens to cardiac enzymes after reperfusion is done/PCI is done.and why?
     

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  2. anshu

    anshu Guest

    what?no one knows the answer to this one or what?or the high and mighty dont wish to comment..

    okay this is what it is-

    after cardiac reerfusion therapy-PCI/THROMBOLYSIS-the cardiac enzymes are increased manifolds to the extent of 100times..

    why?

    anyoone answerin here?
     

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    pls. tell us y, v r not so learned ): and pls don't mock at us, if we don't know something sneaky:

    knowledge and wisdom shud bring humility (-:

    quote from the scriptures:
    Vidya dadati vinayam,
    vinaya dadati paatrataam,
    paatratva dhanamaapnoti,
    dhanat dharmam tatatsukham.



    translation from Sanskrit ( above ) to English

    Education gives Humility; Humility gives Character; from character one gets wealth; from wealth one gets righteous (dharmam) life; from righteousness gets happiness.




    ...issued in public interest
    regards FOM
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  4. anshu

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    ahan?
    look whos talkin...


    "Restoration of blood flow in the ischemic area by thrombolytic therapy or angioplasty has been shown to salvage myocardium, to preserve left ventricular function and to increase survival in patients with acute myocardial infarction (AMI). Nevertheless, experimental studies have demonstrated the existence of so-called reperfusion injury, a sudden and paradoxical exacerbation of myocyte injury following reperfusion of ischemic myocardium [1, 2]. Such injury has been related to an acute inflammatory response with activation of leukocytes, production of free radicals and oxidative stress
    Reperfusion injury could render thrombolytic therapy a ”˜double-edged sword’ and understanding the role of reperfusion injury in the clinical setting of recanalisation therapy for acute myocardial infarction is therefore important


    Thrombolysis-induced coronary reperfusion causes acute and massive interstitial release of cardiac muscle cell proteins

    thats the link for a detailed review and u may like to read section no.4(discussion) of the above link.infact thers a graph too ,to this,but i m unable to find it..

    enlightened people can however contribute:)


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    U posed a question ( actually, u wanted to debate on - "to re-perfuse or not?" ), for which even "The Gods" don't have a clear answer...den, how can we humble earthlings be expected to kno d answer sneaky:
     

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