Dissociated Oxygen Consumption and Carbon Dioxide Production in the Post-Cardiac Arrest Rat: A Novel Metabolic Phenotype.
J Am Heart Assoc
BACKGROUND: The concept that resuscitation from cardiac arrest (CA) results in a metabolic injury is broadly accepted, yet patients never receive this diagnosis. We sought to find evidence of metabolic injuries after CA by measuring O
METHODS AND RESULTS: Rats were anesthetized and randomized into 3 groups: resuscitation from 10-minute asphyxia with inhaled 100% O
CONCLUSIONS: CA altered cellular metabolism resulting in increased VO
Faculty; Northwell Researcher; Northwell Resident
School of Medicine; Northwell Health