Dr. Kadon Hintz practices Emergency Medicine in Grand Rapids, MI. Dr. Hintz assesses patients who seek immediate medical attention at any time of day or night. Emergency Medicine Physicians are trained to efficiently work with each patient and situation no matter how acute or life-threatening. Dr. Hintz examines patients, determines means of testing, diagnoses conditions, and decides the best treatment methods.
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- Characterization of contractile function in diabetic hypertensive cardiomyopathy in adult rat ventricular myocytes.
- Prediabetic insulin resistance is not permissive to the development of cardiac resistance to insulin-like growth factor I in ventricular myocytes.
- Comparison of cardiac excitation-contraction coupling in isolated ventricular myocytes between rat and mouse.
- Prenatal ethanol exposure alters ventricular myocyte contractile function in the offspring of rats: influence of maternal Mg2+ supplementation.
- IGF-I attenuates diabetes-induced cardiac contractile dysfunction in ventricular myocytes.
- Impact of estrogen replacement on ventricular myocyte contractile function and protein kinase B/Akt activation.
- High glucose induces cardiac insulin-like growth factor I resistance in ventricular myocytes: role of Akt and ERK activation.
- Influence of hypertension on cardiac contractile response of human erythrocyte-derived depressing factor in ventricular myocytes.
- Acute exposure of ceramide enhances cardiac contractile function in isolated ventricular myocytes.
- Tetramethylpyrazine elicits disparate responses in cardiac contraction and intracellular Ca(2+) transients in isolated adult rat ventricular myocytes.
- Calcium-antagonizing activity of S-petasin, a hypotensive sesquiterpene from Petasites formosanus, on inotropic and chronotropic responses in isolated rat atria and cardiac myocytes.
- Sucrose-induced cardiomyocyte dysfunction is both preventable and reversible with clinically relevant treatments.
- Phytoestrogenic isoflavones daidzein and genistein reduce glucose-toxicity-induced cardiac contractile dysfunction in ventricular myocytes.
- Best evidence topic reports. Bet 3: Emergency physician bedside ultrasound for the diagnosis of cholelithiasis.
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