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Analysis of components in a cardiogenic hypertensive chemoreflex

Circulation

Aug 1, 1975

T N JamesF Urthaler

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A cardiogenic hypertensive chemoreflex was studied in 38 anesthetized and three unanesthetized dogs. Serotonin (100 mug/ml) injected into either the left atrium or small brancehes of the proximal left coronary artery produced a maximal response, with 96 +/- 18 mm Hg increment in mean ao...read more

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Sinus Node Artery
Entire Left Atrium
Blood Supply Aspects
Atropine Sulfate Anhydrous
V-Serp
Z-Max
Propranolol
Canis familiaris
Cardiovascular System
Guanethidine
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Analysis of components in a cardiogenic hypertensive chemoreflex

Circulation

Aug 1, 1975

T N JamesF Urthaler

PMID: 1149201

DOI: 10.1161/01.cir.52.2.179

Abstract

A cardiogenic hypertensive chemoreflex was studied in 38 anesthetized and three unanesthetized dogs. Serotonin (100 mug/ml) injected into either the left atrium or small brancehes of the proximal left coronary artery produced a maximal response, with 96 +/- 18 mm Hg increment in mean ao...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Sinus Node Artery
Entire Left Atrium
Blood Supply Aspects
Atropine Sulfate Anhydrous
V-Serp

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  • Citations49
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