PMID: 41842Sep 1, 1979

Biochemical and coagulation changes after clamping and declamping of the superior mesenteric artery in dogs

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery
S MilingosC Yovanides

Abstract

Intestinal ischemia produced by S.M.A. temporary occlusion, results in a degree of metabolic and coagulation changes at the ischemic area. When the blood flow is restored, those changes become manifest in the systemic circulation. Both the degree of those changes and their effects are documented and discussed.

Related Concepts

Metabolic Process, Cellular
Ischemia
Superior Mesenteric Artery Structure
Plasminogen
Carbonic Acid Ions
Blood Flow
Closure by Clamp
Lactates
Clamping Activity
Obstruction

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