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Assessment of propranolol in angina pectoris. Clinical dose response curve and effect on electrocardiogram at rest and on exercise.
In 6 hypertensive patients in the trial blood pressure fell as dose was increased up to halffull strength, but there was no further fall on doubling to full dose. Expand
The Distribution of Blood and Gas within the Lungs Measured by Scanning after Administration of 133Xe
The development and use of a profile scanning method which gives more information about the topographical distribution of lung function than can be obtained with quite complex arrays of stationary counters. Expand
Treatment of Hypertension with Propranolol
Propranolol reduces cardiac output but may also act by reducing the cardiac component of pressor stimuli; as a result the baroreceptors gradually regulate the blood pressure at a lower level. Expand
Use of Propranolol (Inderal) in Treatment of Hypertension
Patients' own general assessment of each treatment is based upon the whole 21-day periods and scored on a five-point scale in the following way: -1 worsening of the angina; + 1, + 2, and +3 indicating slight, moderate, and marked improvement respectively. Expand
Respiration in Dystrophia Myotonica
An attempt has been made to study some aspects of respiratory function in patients suffering from dystrophia myotonica and to assess the effects of thiopentone on pulmonary ventilation. Expand
Propranolol in hypertension.
Abstract Propranolol has been found to be an effective and potentially useful hypotensive drug, though, of course, only extensive and widespread clinical use can discover unexpected disadvantages.… Expand
Use of Propranolol in Angina Pectoris
Barker, N. W., Nygaard, K. K., Walters, W., and Priestley, J. T. (1940). Proc. Mayo Clin., 15, 769. -~ ~~ (1941). Ibid., 16, 1. Browse, N. (1964). Brit. med. 7., 1, 669. Cosgriff, S. W. (1947). Amer.… Expand
The treatment of tuberculous lymphadenitis.
It is suggested that patients with disease confined to the upper third of the neck should be treated by complete excision under chemotherapy cover and that chemotherapy can be stopped when the incision has healed. Expand
Propranolol in the therapy of angina pectoris.
Pronethalol, the first relatively specific beta-receptor blocking drug, was shown to be capable of relieving the pain of angina pectoris and it was found that 11 out of 12 patients consumed fewer trinitrin tablets and had fewer attacks of pain on actual drug than placebo. Expand