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Effect of nitroglycerine in acute myocardial infarction: I: Sublingual nitroglycerine in the treatment of left-heart failure and pulmonary oedema (author's transl)
Influence of glyceryl trinitrate on force of contraction and action potential of guinea-pig myocardium
Editorial: The pharmacology and therapeutic use of beta-adrenergic receptor blocking drugs in cardiovascular disease
The haemodynamic effects of prolonged oral administration of oxyfedrine, a partial agonist at beta-adrenoceptors: comparison with propranolol
Effects of selective coronary hypotension and nitroglycerin or Bay a 1040 on the distribution of Rb86 clearance in the canine heart
Effects of epinephrine and beta adrenergic blocking agents on coronary circulation and myocardial metabolism
Effects of adrenaline and noradrenaline on coronary blood flow before and after beta-adrenergic blockade
The effect of catecholamine infusions on myocardial blood flow, metabolic heat production and on general haemodynamics, before and after alprenolol (H56-28), in anaesthetized cats
Direct and reflex effects of nitroglycerin on coronary and left ventricular dynamics in conscious dogs
Drug-induced changes in blood flow in the acutley ischaemic canine myocardium;relationship to subendocardial driving pressure
Differences among dipyridamole, carbochromen and lidoflazine in responses of the coronary and the renal arteries
Intracoronary nitroglycerin, pentaerythritol trinitrate and dipyridamole on intramyocardial oxygen tension
Mapping of left ventricular blood flow with radioactive microspheres in experimental coronary artery occlusion
The effects of dipyridamole on blood flow and oxygen handling in the acutely ischaemic and normal canine myocardium
Effect of inotropic agents on the localized dyskinesis of acutely ischemic myocardium. An experimental ultrasound study
The effect of nitroglycerin on the systemic and coronary circulation in man and dogs: myocardial blood flow measured with xenon
Differences in the efficiency of their interaction with membrane receptors of the dialkylaminoalkyl and dialkylaminoacyl derivatives of phenothiazine
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