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Nicardipine and nifedipine: effects on diuresis and serum aldosterone levels in spontaneously hypertensive rats.
Effects of nicardipine, nifedipine, verapamil, and diltiazem on urine volume, sodium and potassium excretion and plasma aldosterone levels in the rat.
The preceptorship; a critical assessment of its value in medical training.
- McClelland Dl
- 1 April 1955
Antihypertensive, sympatholytic and renal effects of an orally active dopamine agonist, RS-12254.
Synergistic renal effects of RS-10085, an ace inhibitor, and fenoldopam, a DA1 agonist, in the rat.
Selective antagonism of renal hemodynamic changes induced by dopamine, DPDA, fenoldopam and quinpirole in the rat.
Cardiovascular effects of centrally administered dopamine agonists and clonidine in the rat.
Chronic diuretic effects of subcutaneous hydrochlorothiazide in the spontaneously hypertensive rat; validation of a simple model for chronic diuretic assessment.