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[Metabolism of ammonia and its disorders; therapeutic importance of aspartic acid salts (outline of an experimental and clinical study)].
Substance P and vasoactive intestinal peptide in patients with progressive systemic sclerosis. Plasma levels before and after autogenic training
In 12 patients suffering from systemic sclerosis (SSc) the influence of autogenic training on the plasma level of the neuropeptides substance P and vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP) was studied.… Expand
Effects of Progressive Relaxation and Autogenic Training on Anxiety and Physiological Measures, with some Data on Hypnotizability
Autogenic training (Schultz and Luthe, 1969) and progressive relaxation (Jacobson, 1938) are two of the most widely used relaxation techniques. The two techniques have very different rationales.
[Physiopathology of cerebral edema. Experimental study of the metabolic mechanism, of its appearance and of its treatment].
[Effect of hypnosis and autogenic training on acral circulation and coping with the illness in patients with progressive scleroderma].
- K. Seikowski, B. Weber, U. Haustein
- Der Hautarzt; Zeitschrift fur Dermatologie…
- 1 February 1995
In 12 patients with systemic sclerosis the influence of hypnosis and autogenic training on the acral blood circulation and the coping with the disease was investigated in a pilot study. In the first… Expand
[Use of sodium 4-hydroxybutyrate in anesthesia and resuscitation].
[Testing and endorsement of a respirator].
[Action of neuroplegics on neuromuscular excitability, transmembrane ionic movements, thermocationic equilibrium; physiological and therapeutic consequences; clinical application: delirium tremens].