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Lithium-sodium countertransport in erythrocytes of normal and hypertensive subjects. Relationship with age and plasma renin activity

Hypertension

Jul 1, 1983

C BrugnaraG De Sandre

PMID: 6345362

Abstract

Lii-Nao countertransport was measured in red blood cells of 58 normotensive subjects (27 females and 31 males), 60 patients with essential hypertension (26 females and 34 males), and in 28 with secondary hypertension (19 females and 9 males). The mean values (+/- SEM) expressed as mmol ...read more

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Cation Transport
Red blood cells, blood product
Lithium Measurement
Senility
Essential Hypertension
Hypertensive Disease
Sodium
Specimen Type - Erythrocytes
Furosemide
Red Blood Cell Count Measurement
Paper Details
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Lithium-sodium countertransport in erythrocytes of normal and hypertensive subjects. Relationship with age and plasma renin activity

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PMID: 6345362

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