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[Figure 2]a shows the changes in the left ventricular generated pressure (LVGP) the end of the 1 h ex vivo resuscitation following HS.
[Figure 3] shows the changes in the LVGP and +dP/dt after 1 h of HS followed by in vivo resuscitation.
Results: Hemorrhagic shock rats treated with AG exhibited a significant increase in left ventricular generated pressure LVGP (137.19.4 mmHg) and + dP/dtmax (589.6110.7 mmHg/sec) compared with the untreated group (44.4320.18 mmHg 289.825.0 mmHg/sec).
Left ventricular generated pressure (LVGP) was calculated as the difference between the left ventricular peak systolic pressure (LVPSP) and left ventricular end diastolic pressure (LVEDP); (LVGP=LVPSP-LVEDP).