Table 2: The change of cardiac function.

AMI/RCQ10 + AMI/R
Sham2 h24 h72 hSham2 h24 h72 h

HR (bpm)395.26 ± 35.78396.14 ± 42.74402.20 ± 42.12418.54 ± 39.56412.70 ± 39.34397.24 ± 36.24409.20 ± 38.92392.87 ± 42.13
IVSd (mm)1.64 ± 0.271.58 ± 0.341.62 ± 0.311.61 ± 0.321.64 ± 0.341.72 ± 0.281.65 ± 0.411.68 ± 0.39
IVS (mm)2.56 ± 0.372.30 ± 0.442.55 ± 0.812.49 ± 0.442.67 ± 0.132.47 ± 0.582.55 ± 0.182.43 ± 0.21
LVIDd (mm)4.11 ± 0.944.18 ± 1.484.15 ± 0.674.21 ± 0.674.15 ± 0.193.97 ± 0.164.05 ± 0.454.14 ± 0.42
LVID (mm)2.45 ± 0.572.50 ± 0.952.53 ± 0.792.43 ± 0.892.53 ± 0.182.57 ± 0.122.45 ± 0.272.49 ± 0.38
SV (cm3)0.25 ± 0.080.24 ± 0.050.23 ± 0.040.23 ± 0.060.22 ± 0.070.24 ± 0.060.20 ± 0.080.23 ± 0.10
FS (%)53.17 ± 5.7654.74 ± 1.8755.45 ± 9.6352.37 ± 4.1352.12 ± 4.8250.13 ± 2.0754.17 ± 7.8851.21 ± 4.37
EF (%)93.25 ± 3.1480.23 ± 7.1270.26 ± 5.2659.12 ± 5.8192.14 ± 2.6585.42 ± 5.2779.56 ± 5.3667.12 ± 6.18
LVSP (mmHg)84.25 ± 12.8574.67 ± 10.1565.84 ± 9.8461.84 ± 10.0484.42 ± 12.5579.45 ± 10.2571.44 ± 14.1367.82 ± 13.32
LVEDP (mmHg)2.16 ± 0.092.53 ± 0.082.86 ± 0.123.42 ± 0.072.19 ± 0.142.33 ± 0.092.64 ± 0.172.97 ± 0.15
+dp/dtmax (mmHg/ms)3.79 ± 0.123.37 ± 0.062.18 ± 0.071.84 ± 0.083.80 ± 0.083.49 ± 0.062.88 ± 0.092.25 ± 0.12
−dp/dtmax (mmHg/ms)3.02 ± 0.062.56 ± 0.482.37 ± 0.541.57 ± 0.542.92 ± 0.082.75 ± 0.042.49 ± 0.091.89 ± 0.09

CQ10 improved cardiac function but did not change cardiac structure in rats with acute myocardial ischemia-reperfusion injury at same time point. IVSd: diastolic interventricular septal wall thickness; IVS: systole inter-ventricular septal wall thickness; LVIDd: diastolic left ventricular internal dimension; LVID: systole left ventricular internal dimension; EF: left ventricular ejection fraction; SV: systole volume; FS: left ventricular fractional shortening; LVSP: left ventricular systolic pressure; LVEDP: left ventricular end-diastolic pressure; +dp/dtmax: the maximum change rate of left ventricular pressure rise; −dp/dtmax: the maximum change rate of left ventricular pressure fall; AMI/R: acute myocardial ischemia/reperfusion. was considered statistically significant; .