Antibiotics could treat heart failure

Antibiotic drugs could do more than just treat infections. Researches discovered that can also preclude injuries to the heart.

Researchers explicated that many heart conditions and heart attack patients experience something called a reperfusion trauma following their treatment.

"If you can imagine that the spring that's in your heart cell is cut up and damaged, obviously that heart muscle cell will not work very easily," Schulz said.

The head of study, Professor of paediatrics and pharmacology Rick Schulz, said he's aspirant that doxycycline will demonstrate to be a secure and cheap treatment for a number of a different number of heart conditions.

Heart failure kills tens of thousands of people in countries of South and Central America annually and anywhere 'tween 10 and 20 million people are considered to be contaminated by it.
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