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Role of cardiovascular and ionic changes in pathogenesis and prevention of isoprenaline-induced cardiac necrosis

Recent Advances in Studies on Cardiac Structure and Metabolism

Jan 1, 1975

O Strubelt, C P Siegers

PMID: 741

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Blood pressure, heart rate, oxygen uptake, and blood values of PO2, PCO2, and pH were studied in unanesthetized rats for 8 hours. After a cardiotoxic dose of 20 mg/kg isoprenaline, s.c., blood pressure fell from 117 to 72 mm Hg, heart rate accelerated from 326 to 497 beats/minute, and c...read more

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Necrosis
Dioxygen
Diastolic Blood Pressure
Myocardium
Cardiomyopathies
Novodrin
Oxygen Consumption
Carbon Dioxide
Acidosis
Dexverapamil
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Role of cardiovascular and ionic changes in pathogenesis and prevention of isoprenaline-induced cardiac necrosis

Recent Advances in Studies on Cardiac Structure and Metabolism

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Abstract

Blood pressure, heart rate, oxygen uptake, and blood values of PO2, PCO2, and pH were studied in unanesthetized rats for 8 hours. After a cardiotoxic dose of 20 mg/kg isoprenaline, s.c., blood pressure fell from 117 to 72 mm Hg, heart rate accelerated from 326 to 497 beats/minute, and c...read more

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Carbon Dioxide
Acidosis
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