• Citations Per Year
Learn More
A cardiovascular collapse occurred in a 20-year-old white paraplegic man on the 27th post-injury day, a few minutes after the intravenous injection of succinylcholine 75 mg. On the 128th post-injury day, the patient underwent decompressive laminectomy of L3, L4 and L5. Anaesthesia and surgery were uneventful at this time. Serum potassium and a 12-lead(More)
Long-term safety of a free-tablet combination of nebivolol and valsartan was assessed in a Phase III, open-label trial (NCT01415505). Adults with hypertension entered a 4-week placebo run-in phase, followed by a 52-week treatment phase. Initial dosage (Neb/Val 5/160 mg/d) was titrated up to 20/320 mg/d to achieve blood pressure (BP) goal (JNC7 criteria),(More)
Narcotic-supplemented balanced anesthesia is increasing in popularity; however, the narcotic must frequently be antagonized postoperatively. Authorities differ in their recommendations as to dose and as to mode and duration of administration of the narcotic antagonist. In the present study of 58 patients undergoing narcotic-supplemented anesthesia, 60(More)
To determine the cardiovascular responses to beta-blockade and cold air stress, six males were randomly exposed at rest to three drug conditions (placebo, nonselective beta-blockade (propranolol), and selective beta-blockade (atenolol)) in each of two environments (5 and 25 degrees C) for 1 h. Cardiac output was lower on beta-blockade than on the placebo in(More)
  • 1