J. Nöring

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The beneficial effect of furosemide in treatment of chronic and particularly of acute congestive heart failure has been attributed to its potent diuretic action. In recent studies [16], it has been postulated that the effect of this diuretic agent is primarily vascular in origin. The results of venous occlusion plethysmographic experiments (modificated(More)
The simultaneous recording of tension and mass electrical activity at both ends of helical strips of the rat aorta was used to investigate the influence of pacemaker frequency and propagation of excitation on vascular tone. 1. Rhythmic contractions as well as a tonic like increase in tension induced by addition of norepinephrine (>0,1 μg/l) or K+ (>10–15(More)
The effects of ajmaline on vascular smooth muscle were studied using helical aortic strips and portal veins of male rats. This report is based on the results of 104 mechanical experiments. In 30 additional experiments electrical activity was recorded simultaneously at different points of the preparation using extracellular methods (liquid paraffine or(More)