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SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF THE PULMONARY AND SYSTEMIC CIRCULATION TIMES IN MAN AND OF A FIGURE RELATED TO THE CARDIAC OUTPUT
STUDIES ON THE CIRCULATION
STUDIES ON THE CIRCULATION: I. Injection Method: Physical and Mathematical Considerations
STUDIES ON THE CIRCULATION: II. Cardiac Output Determinations; Comparison of the Injection Method with the Direct Fick Procedure
Auricular fibrillation; hemodynamic studies before and after conversion with quinidine.
The present study was undertaken in an effort to determine the influence of this arrhythmia upon cardiovascular mechanics as determined by the method of right heart catheterization, using a modification of the dye injection technique. Expand
Procaine amide (pronestyl) in the treatment of disorders of cardiac rhythm.
Meningococcemia; a description of the clinical picture and a comparison of the efficacy of sulfadiazine and penicillin in the treatment of 30 cases.
Excerpt Meningococcic infections are notoriously more prevalent in time of war, and during the past four years a relatively high incidence has been noted in army camps. This has afforded an unusual...
Veratrum viride in the treatment of hypertensive vascular disease.
Recent favorable reports of the use of the veratrum alkaloids in essential hypertension suggest the need for revaluation of the drug which had passed into "deserved oblivion." 1 In 1946 Hite 2… Expand
The xanthine oxidase inhibitor oxypurinol does not limit infarct size in a canine model of 40 minutes of ischemia with reperfusion.
- J. Kinsman, C. Murry, V. Richard, R. Jennings, K. Reimer
- Journal of the American College of Cardiology
- 1 July 1988
To test more definitively whether xanthine oxidase-derived free radicals cause cell death during reperfusion, the effect of oxypurinol on infarct size was evaluated in an ischemia-reperfusion model. Expand
THE TREATMENT OF PNEUMONIA WITH SULFONAMIDES AND PENICILLIN
The important objective now is to become familiar with the limitations of this new weapon, to gage its usefulness in comparison with the agents it is replacing and to determine the optimal dosage and mode of administration for various diseases. Expand