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Prolonged skeletal muscle ischemia has been reported in acute arterial occlusion and crush syndrome. It often induces progressive edema and necrosis and occasionally life-threatening systemic complications, such as hypotension, hyperkalemia, acidosis, pulmonary edema, and acute renal failure. As in other organs, ischemic injury in skeletal muscle is initiated during hypoxia and is aggravated by reoxygenation during blood reperfusion. This study aimed at examining the protective effect ofdoi:10.3164/jcbn.23.53 fatcat:k3jkjcuz4bexnaliy7x5f2mb3y