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1998) After the establishment of stable retrograde perfusion, the preparation can be switched to a working heart preparation by introducing a return cannula through the pulmonary vein and advanced into the opening of the left atrium (LA) (Grupp et al. 2002). A pressure transducer is then connected to a side port of this cannula for recording left atria pressures. At this time flow is switched from retrograde perfusion to antegrade, beginning the work-performing mode of this preparation, and ending the Langendorff component.
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