High fidelity simulation for nurse training reduces unplanned interruption of continuous veno-venous hemofiltration sessions in critically ill patients. a randomised controlled study
The effect of palytoxin (PTX) on transmembrane potentials and currents of frog atrial fibres was studied using the double sucrose gap technique. PTX irreversibly depolarized the membrane. This depolarization was reversed only when Na ions were removed from the Ringer solution and replaced by a non-permeant cation such as choline. The depolarization was… (More)
The double sucrose gap technique was used to study the Na conductance in ventricular false tendons of rabbits. It has been shown that it is possible to correctly measure the Na conductance of this preparation using this technique.