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Why Hearts Fail After Surgery

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Studying the stages of non-apparent functions of circulatory activity after heart attacks to determine just why some operations fail, scientists* have suggested that a reduction in the body's anti-oxidant defenses may lead to heart failure. The defenses were comprised of three enzymes with long names (sorry about that,) Super Oxide Dismutase, Glutathione Peroxidase and Catalase.

DETAILS: The scientists did not suggest remedies for the decrease in the three. However, they are discussed in "WHAT YOUR DOCTOR DOESN'T KNOW COULD KILL YOU"

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Drs. Khaper & Singal, Inst. of Cardiovascular Sciences, U. of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, R2H 2AG, Canada, in FASB's Annual Meeting of Professional Res. Scientists, April 12-18, l998. FASEB includes The American Physiological Soc., & the Societies of Investigative Pathologists, Immunologists, Vascular Biologists, Clinical Nutritionists, Immunologists, etc.

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