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The antidysrhythmic aminosteroid, ORG 6001, reduces the ST-segment elevation produced by coronary occlusion in the dog

British Journal of Pharmacology

Oct 1, 1977

R J Marshall, James Roy Parratt

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ST-segment elevation following temporary coronary artery occlusion was measured from nine epicardial leads in open-chest anaesthetized dogs. This was greatly reduced by the prior administration of the anti-dysrhythmic aminosteroid, ORG 6001. It is suggested that this effect is related e...read more

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Anterior Thoracic Region
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Coronary Arteriosclerosis
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The antidysrhythmic aminosteroid, ORG 6001, reduces the ST-segment elevation produced by coronary occlusion in the dog

British Journal of Pharmacology

Oct 1, 1977

R J Marshall, James Roy Parratt

PMID: 922260

DOI: 10.1111/j.1476-5381.1977.tb08421.x

Abstract

ST-segment elevation following temporary coronary artery occlusion was measured from nine epicardial leads in open-chest anaesthetized dogs. This was greatly reduced by the prior administration of the anti-dysrhythmic aminosteroid, ORG 6001. It is suggested that this effect is related e...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Sinus Node Artery
Org 6001
Cardiomyopathies
Extent
Anterior Thoracic Region

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