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Influence of probenecid and alterations in acid-base balance of the saluretic activity of furosemide.
When furosemide was infused into the left renal artery at 1 µg/kg/minute it produced a significant ipsilateral increase in the excretion of sodium and water without affecting the rate of glomerularExpand
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Probenecid Inhibition of Bumetanide-Induced Natriuresis in the Dog 1
Summary Bumetanide, when infused into one renal artery at 0.05 μg/kg/min in the dog, produced a significant ipsilateral increase in the excretion of sodium and water without affecting the rate ofExpand
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The natriuretic action of histamine.
Abstract Infusion of histamine (0.25, 0.5 or 1.0 μg/kg·min) into the renal artery of anesthetized dogs produced a prompt, reversible, dose-related, ipsilateral natriuresis, diuresis, and elevation ofExpand
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The Corrections Profession
Introduction Corrections Environments Understanding Human Behavior The Professional Status of Corrections Preparation for the Corrections Professions The Tasks of Corrections and CorrectionsExpand
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Glomerular filtration and tubular absorption of the basic polypeptide aprotinin.
The basic polypeptide aprotinin (Ap), mol. wt 6500, pI 10.5, is filtered in the glomeruli, virtually completely taken up by the proximal tubular cells and retained there for many hours. This processExpand
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Effect of Furosemide on Renal Blood Flow in the Conscious Dog 1
Summary and Conclusions Furosemide was administered to unanesthetized dogs containing implanted flow transducers and pressure cannulas. The results show that furosemide increased renal blood flow inExpand
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Lack of Effect of Actinomycin D on Aldosterone Induced Antinatriuresis When Administered After the Hormone.∗
Summary Actinomycin D was administered at varying times after the administration of aldosterone to rats in order to determine if this inhibitor would either enhance or prolong the antinatriureticExpand
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Interaction of cyclosporine and indomethacin in the rat.
  • H. E. Williamson
  • Medicine
  • Research communications in chemical pathology and…
  • 1988
The renal toxicity of cyclosporine has been reported to be due, at least in part, to a decrease in renal blood flow. Inasmuch as nonsteroidal antiinflammatory compounds also decrease renal bloodExpand
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Correctional Officers' Attitudes Toward Selected Treatment Programs
A study was designed to examine the attitudes of a sample of correctional officers toward selected treatment programs in the Texas Department of Corrections. Questionnaires were sent to a randomExpand
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