Scientists find what might be responsible for slow heart function under general anesthesia
from Medical News Today
Anesthesia is used every day, but surprisingly little is known about one of its most dangerous side effects — depressed heart function. Now, thanks to a team of researchers who published a new research article in The FASEB Journal, this mystery is clarified as they identify which proteins in heart muscle are affected by anesthesia.
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