The central nervous effect of prostaglandins I2, E2 and F2 alpha on aconitine-induced cardiac arrhythmia in rats

Prostaglandins
H J Mest, W Förster

Abstract

Intracerebroventricular administration of PGI2 or PGE2 reduced aconitine-induced cardiac arrhythmia in rats. PGF2 alpha had no antiarrhythmic effect under the same conditions. The ED50 values of PGI2 and E2 were 0.25 microgram/kg and 1.1 microgram/kg, respectively. Central mechanisms may participate in the antiarrhythmic effect of these PGs.

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Dec 2, 2008·Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology·Yan LiuBao-Feng Yang
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