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(Congestive heart failure)
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  • Acute molecular effects of pressure-controlled intermittent coronary sinus occlusion in patients with advanced heart failure. [Journal Article]
  • EHESC Heart Fail 2018 Sep 19
  • Mohl W, Spitzer E, … Serruys PW
  • CONCLUSIONS: Here, we show for the first time that PICSO, a trans-coronary sinus catheter intervention, is associated with an increase in morphogens secreted into cardiac veins, normally present during cardiac development, and a significant induction of cell proliferation. Present findings support the notion that epigenetic modifications, that is, haemodynamic stimuli on venous vascular cells, may reverse myocardial deterioration. Further investigations are needed to decipher the maze of complex interacting molecular pathways in failing myocardium and the potential role of PICSO to reinitiate developmental processes to prevent further myocardial decay eventually reaching clinical significance.
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