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Effect of antihistamine-antiserotonin and ganglionic blocking agents upon increased capillary permeability following burn trauma

The Journal of Trauma

Nov 1, 1975

H F CarvajalH A Linares

PMID: 515

Abstract

Tiny (0.2% TBS), partial thickness, non-contact radiant heat burns in guinea pigs resulted, within 3 hours, in significant edema formation and protein leakage at the site of the injury. Areas of skin distant to the burn also showed an increase in water content but no protein leakage. Pr...read more

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Kloromin
Antihistamines, Classical
Protein Deficiency
Sansert
Serotonin Antagonists
Ganglionic Blockers
Body Water
Burn Injury
Ecolid
ALB
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Effect of antihistamine-antiserotonin and ganglionic blocking agents upon increased capillary permeability following burn trauma

The Journal of Trauma

Nov 1, 1975

H F CarvajalH A Linares

PMID: 515

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Abstract

Tiny (0.2% TBS), partial thickness, non-contact radiant heat burns in guinea pigs resulted, within 3 hours, in significant edema formation and protein leakage at the site of the injury. Areas of skin distant to the burn also showed an increase in water content but no protein leakage. Pr...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Kloromin
Antihistamines, Classical
Protein Deficiency
Sansert
Serotonin Antagonists
Ganglionic Blockers
Body Water
Burn Injury
Ecolid
ALB
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