R. J. BING, F.A.C.P.; J. D. CHOUDHURY; G. MICHAL; K. KAKO
For many years the study of cardiac metabolism has been of concern primarily to the physiologist working on the isolated heart and to the biochemist interested in the general aspects of intermediary metabolism.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Recently, the subject has also come to the attention of the surgeon and of the internist.8 The former has had to concern himself with the oxygen consumption and the efficiency of the arrested heart during cardiac surgery, while the internist has begun to think about the heart muscle in its relation to congestive heart failure and coronary occlusion.9, 10 In addition,
BING RJ, CHOUDHURY JD, MICHAL G, KAKO K. MYOCARDIAL METABOLISM12. Ann Intern Med. ;49:1201–1215. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-49-5-1201
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1958;49(5):1201-1215.
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