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Increases in Coronary Collateral Blood Flow Produced by Sevoflurane Are Mediated by Calcium-activated Potassium (BKCa) Channels In Vivo

Increases in Coronary Collateral Blood Flow Produced by Sevoflurane Are Mediated by Calcium-activated Potassium (BKCa) Channels In Vivo,10.1097/000005

Increases in Coronary Collateral Blood Flow Produced by Sevoflurane Are Mediated by Calcium-activated Potassium (BKCa) Channels In Vivo   (Citations: 6)
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Journal: Anesthesiology , vol. 97, no. 3, pp. 725-731, 2002
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    • ...Sevoflurane has been demonstrated to selectively increase coronary collateral blood flow via mechanisms that appear to be independent of K ATP channel activation [7], but which involve activation of KCa++ channels [8]...
    • ...In contrast, sevoflurane increases coronary collateral blood flow via mechanisms that appear to be independent of KATP channel activation [7], but which involve activation of KCa++ channels [8]...

    James Jarmanet al. Role of potassium and calcium channels in sevoflurane-mediated vasodil...

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