Dr. William H. Hall

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To investigate a possible inhibitory effect of blood drawing through an indwelling forearm vein needle on gastric acid secretion, 11 subjects were studied on four occasions each. The first session was for adapting the subject to the 3-hr collection of gastric juice. In 7 subjects the second through fourth sessions gave three conditions in balanced order:(More)
Vagotomy has been found to exert several effects on the upper gastrointestinal tract. Gastric acid secretion is reduced as measured by basal and maximal acid output tests (l). Lawrie et al showed that multiple levels of acid secretory stimulation could be studied on one occasion by using constant intravenous infusions of histamine acid phosphate (HAP) to(More)
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