The use of quinidine in the treatment of cardiac arrhythmias
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Studies of plasma quinidine content in relation to single dose administration, toxic manifestations and therapeutic effect
Correlation between the effect of quinidine sulfate on the heart and its concentration in the blood plasma
Plasma concentrations on quinidine with particular reference to therapeutically effective levels in two cases of paroxysmal nodal tachycardia
Sensitization to an induced persistent ventricular fibrillation or tachycardia by quinidine in the isolated perfused rabbit heart
Comparison of two methods for quinidine determination and chromatographic analysis of the difference
The mode of action of quinidine on isolated rabbit atria interpreted from intracellular potential records
Conversion of recent onset atrial fibrillation with single loading oral dose of propafenone: is in-hospital admission absolutely necessary?
Effects of quinidine on blood flow rate and developed tension in blood-perfused canine papillary muscle
Determination of quinidine in serum by spectrofluorometry, liquid chromatography and fluorescence scanning thin-layer chromatography
Comparison of an enzyme immunoassay and a high performance liquid chromatographic method for quantitation of quinidine in serum
Studies of quinidine plasma levels and rate of decline following cessation of quinidine administration
Quinidine intoxication: an experimental study of the effect of molar sodium lactate and potassium chloride
The electrophysiological effects of intramuscular guinidine on the atrioventricular conducting system in man
THE MECHANISM OF ACTION OF QUINIDINE ON THE SINUS NODE STUDIED BY DIRECT PERFUSION THROUGH ITS ARTERY
Relation between serum quinidine levels and renal function. Studies in normal subjects and patients with congestive failure and renal insufficiency
Quinidine pharmacokinetics in man: choice of a disposition model and absolute bioavailability studies
Divergence in pharmacokinetic parameters of quinidine obtained by specific and nonspecific assay methods
Factors influencing conversion of chronic atrial fibrillation with special reference to serum quinidine concentration
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