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Postoperative hypertension: A multicenter, prospective, randomized comparison between intravenous nicardipine and sodium nitroprusside
ObjectiveTo compare the efficacy and safety of iv nicardipine with sodium nitroprusside in the treatment of postoperative hypertension after both cardiac and noncardiac surgery. DesignMulticenter,Expand
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Mode of action of parathyroid hormone and cyclic adenosine 3',5'-monophosphate on renal tubular phosphate reabsorption in the dog.
To evaluate the effects of parathyroid hormone and cyclic adenosine monophosphate on proximal tubular sodium and phosphate reabsorption, micropuncture studies were performed on dogs that received aExpand
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Nontraumatic rhabdomyolysis and acute renal failure.
Abstract Rhabdomyolysis with myoglobinuria from nontraumatic causes was the sole identifiable explanation for acute renal failure in 15 patients during a three-year period. Myoglobinuria resulted f...
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Acute hyperkalemia induced by hyperglycemia: hormonal mechanisms.
Two insulin-requiring diabetics with isolated hyporeninemic hypoaldosteronism cpontaneously developed hyperkalemia that was aggravated whenever blood glucose concentration rose. Acute glucoseExpand
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Chronic interstitial nephritis: etiologic factors.
Whether chronic interstitial nephritis (pyelonephritis) mainly results from kidney infection is widely debated. We studies 101 patients with interstitial nephritis, selected from 320 patients withExpand
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In vitro studies on the action of CS-045, a new antidiabetic agent.
The mechanism of action of CS-045, a new orally active antidiabetic agent, was studied in vitro using cultured hepatoma cells (Hep G2) and muscle cells (BC3H-1). Treatment of both types of culturedExpand
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Studies of the acute renal effects of hemolyzed red blood cells in dogs including estimations of renal blood flow with krypton.
  • M. Goldberg
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of clinical investigation
  • 1 December 1962
Many investigators have attempted to produce experimental acute renal failure by the administration of hemolyzed red blood cells or the products of hemolysis. Almost all of the successful attemptsExpand
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Idiopathic gastrointestinal perforation in the neonate.
Spontaneous localized perforation of the gastrointestinal tract, unrelated to mechanical intestinal obstruction and with no evidence of necrotizing entrocolitis (NEC), occurred in 20 neonates. ThreeExpand
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Recurrent thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura after viral infection. Clinical and histologic simulation of chronic glomerulonephritis.
We describe a patient with recurrent thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP) manifested solely by aphasia after influenza infection. The clinical diagnosis was not made during acute episodes, andExpand
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EFFECTS OF ETHACRYNIC ACID (A NEW SALURETIC AGENT) ON RENAL DILUTING AND CONCENTRATING MECHANISMS: EVIDENCE FOR SITE OF ACTION IN THE LOOP OF HENLE.
Ethacrynic acid (MK-595) 1 is a new orally active saluretic agent structurally unrelated to organomercurial or benzothiadiazine diuretics (2). Its biological properties in experimental animals wereExpand
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