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Comparative electrophysiological effects of Org 6001, a new orally active antidysrhythmic agent, and lignocaine on human ventricular muscle

British Journal of Pharmacology

Jan 1, 1980

K A Kane

PMID: 7357199

Abstract

1 The electrophysiological effects of Org 6001, a new orally active antidysrhythmic agent, have been compared with those of lignocaine on the human ventricular action potential in vitro.2 Org 6001 (4 to 16 mg/l) greatly reduced the maximum rate of depolarization (MRD) of the human ventr...read more

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Androstanols
Potassium
Cardiac Depressants
Org 6001
Heart
17-Ketosteroids
Lidocaine Monohydrochloride, Monohydrate
Nerve Impulses
Electric Stimulation Technique
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Comparative electrophysiological effects of Org 6001, a new orally active antidysrhythmic agent, and lignocaine on human ventricular muscle

British Journal of Pharmacology

Jan 1, 1980

K A Kane

PMID: 7357199

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Abstract

1 The electrophysiological effects of Org 6001, a new orally active antidysrhythmic agent, have been compared with those of lignocaine on the human ventricular action potential in vitro.2 Org 6001 (4 to 16 mg/l) greatly reduced the maximum rate of depolarization (MRD) of the human ventr...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Androstanols
Potassium
Cardiac Depressants
Org 6001
Heart
17-Ketosteroids
Lidocaine Monohydrochloride, Monohydrate
Nerve Impulses
Electric Stimulation Technique

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