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Physiologic, subjective, and behavioral effects of amphetamine, methamphetamine, ephedrine, phenmetrazine, and methylphenidate in man
Five centrally acting sympathomimetic amines, d‐amphetamine, d‐methamphetamine, ephedrine, phenmetrazine, and methylphenidate, were studied in man. All of these agents increased blood pressure andExpand
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The Medical Complications of Drug Addiction and the Medical Assessment of the Intravenous Drug User: 25 Years Later
A quarter of a century ago, three articles [1-3] reviewed the medical complications of drug addiction. Previously, these complications were a novel clinical problem in a small subgroup of patients inExpand
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Usefulness of physical examination in detecting the presence or absence of anemia.
  • J. Sapira
  • Medicine
  • Archives of internal medicine
  • 1 September 1990
To the Editor .—Nardone and coworkers 1 have certainly gone to a lot of trouble to conclude that examination of the "nailbeds [is not] of value in assessing the presence or absence of anemia" andExpand
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Munchausen's syndrome. Review and report of an additional case.
Abstract A patient is described who, after eighteen days of hospitalization for unconsciousness, abdominal pain, hematuria, fever and a variety of other symptoms, was found to have Munchausen'sExpand
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The narcotic addict as a medical patient.
  • J. Sapira
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of medicine
  • 1 October 1968
Abstract Narcotic addicts present with many physical findings and disease patterns that are relatively unusual. These are discussed in a systematic fashion with emphasis on pathophysiologicExpand
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Human epinephrine secretion. Direct measurement of the secretion of epinephrine from the human adrenal medulla.
  • J. Sapira, K. Bron
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of clinical endocrinology and…
  • 1 September 1971
ABSTRACT Direct measurements of the secretion of epinephrine from the human adrenal medulla was achieved in conscious patients by the selective catheterization of the left adrenal vein and theExpand
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The Art and Science of Bedside Diagnosis
The art and science of bedside diagnosis , The art and science of bedside diagnosis , کتابخانه مرکزی دانشگاه علوم پزشکی تهران
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Studies in Man on the Relationship of Adrenergic Correlates to Pressor Responsivity
A study was designed to examine the adrenergic contribution to cardiovascular responsiveness to acute stimuli, with particular attention to the pressor component of this response. Data indicated aExpand
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Binding of catecholamines to human serum albumin.
  • A. Danon, J. Sapira
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of pharmacology and experimental…
  • 1 November 1971
The binding of 14C-labeled norepinephrine and epinephrine to human serum albumin was studied at pH 7.4 and room temperature. Of the three methods used to determine the binding constants of thisExpand
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Uptake and metabolism of catecholamines by the human red blood cell
  • A. Danon, J. Sapira
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics
  • 1 November 1972
The uptake and metabolism of 14C‐labeled norepinephrine (NE) and epinephrine (E) by the human red blood cell (RBC) was studied in platelet‐free blood in vitro. RBC incubated at 37° C. accumulated NEExpand
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