Jan 1, 1982

How intrinsic sympathomimetic activity modulates the haemodynamic responses to beta-adrenoceptor antagonists. A clue to the nature of their antihypertensive mechanism

British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
A J Man in 't Veld, M A Schalekamp

Abstract

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Mentioned in this Paper

Central Nervous System
Beta-adrenergic receptor
Antihypertensive Agents
Cardiac Output
Cortical Hemodynamic Responses
Hemodynamics
Sympathomimetic Effect
Antagonists
Metazoa
Modulated

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