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We have described a technique for quantifying skeletal muscle metabolism in man in. situ by measing blood flow through the forearm and appropriate arteriovenous differences in concentration of selected metabolites ( 1 ). The technique lends itself to analysis of local effects of hormones and other possibly potent agents. The agent can be injected into the(More)
Many of the circulatory and metabolic effects of epinephrine remain in doubt despite (or perhaps, to some extent, owing to) the wide variety of experimental techniques used to examine them. There is agreement that when epinephrine is given intravenously to man, blood glucose concentration increases due to hepatic glycogenolysis (1), blood lactate(More)