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Title: Metabolic response to halothane in piglets susceptible to malignant hyperthermia: an in vivo 31P-NMR study
Authors: Decanniere, C ×
Van Hecke, Paul
Vanstapel, Florent
Villé, H
Geers, Rony #
Issue Date: Aug-1993
Publisher: Amer physiological soc
Series Title: Journal of applied physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985) vol:75 issue:2 pages:955-62
Abstract: Using in vivo 31P-nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, we studied the skeletal muscle metabolism of 17 anesthetized malignant hyperthermia-susceptible piglets and 25 control piglets during and after a halothane stress test. At rest, the phosphocreatine- (PCr) to-ATP ratio was 12% higher in the anesthetized piglets than in the control piglets, which may reflect a higher proportion of fast glycolytic fibers in the former. About 15 min of halothane administration sufficed to provoke onset of a reaction, which was characterized by a reciprocal drop in PCr and an increase in Pi with commencing intracellular acidosis. Halothane was withdrawn after a 20% drop in PCr. Within the next few minutes, intracellular pH dropped sharply and phosphomonoesters (PME) accumulated excessively. ATP was observed to decrease in 8 of the 17 animals. Halothane inhalation provoked a switch of metabolism toward glycolysis. Accumulation of PME suggests a mismatch between glycogenolysis and glycolysis. Despite severe acidification, glycolysis was not completely halted. Recovery of PCr and Pi started approximately 5 min after halothane withdrawal, with a longer time constant for recovery of the former. PME and intracellular pH aberrations lingered and started to recover later. Lost ATP was never restored within the observed recovery period of approximately 20 min.
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ISSN: 8750-7587
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Radiology
Biomedical MRI
Division of Livestock-Nutrition-Quality (-)
Laboratory of Clinical Bacteriology and Mycology
Biomedical Quality Assurance Research Unit
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