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The roles of antidiuretic hormone (ADH) and aldosterone in the elicited diuretic responses of trained and untrained men to seated, supine, and head-out water immersed conditions were studied. Volunteers were comprised of groups of six untrained individuals, six trained swimmers, and six trained runners. Each subject underwent three protocols, six hours in a(More)
Water immersion (WI) increases plasma volume in awake dogs. The contribution of lymph flow to this fluid shift was studied in six splenectomized conscious dogs with a side fistula of the thoracic duct. Lymph flow, hematocrit (Hct), and plasma (CP) and lymph (CL) protein concentration were measured during 60 min in air and 120 min of WI (37 degrees C). Lymph(More)
These experiments were performed to detect changes in renal function produced by acute infusions of small amounts of ethanol into the isolated kidney of the rat. Ethanol was infused for 10 min beginning at 40 min to reach a final concentration of approximately 80 mg/100 ml in the recirculating perfusate. Control kidneys were perfused for 90 min without the(More)
This study was conducted to examine the role of atrial natriuretic factor (ANF) in the development of diuresis and natriuresis in response to the head-out immersion in 35 degrees C water. Six male subjects were hydrated (0.5% body wt), sat for 1 hr in air (preimmersion), were immersed in water to the neck for 3 hr, and then sat for 1 hr in air(More)
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