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Water intake, pleasure and water temperature in humans
The influence of water temperature on intake and affective ratings was explored in human subjects. Dehydration whether by profuse sweating (body weight loss: 289 +/- 11 g, N = 20) or mountainExpand
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Adrenergic supersensitivity in Parkinsonians with orthostatic hypotension
Abstract. The adrenergic status was studied through evaluation of platelet α2‐adrenoceptor number ([3H]‐yohimbine binding sites), plasma catecholamine levels and blood pressure response toExpand
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EFFECTS OF LYSINE‐VASOPRESSIN AND OXYTOCIN ON CENTRAL CARDIOVASCULAR CONTROL
1 The cardiovascular effects of intravenous and intracisternal administration of neurohypophysial peptides were compared in dogs anaesthetized with chloralose. 2 Intravenous lysine‐vasopressin (0.1Expand
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Thermogenic and lipolytic effect of yohimbine in the dog
1 Lipid mobilization during a hypocaloric diet may be enhanced by a pharmacological approach using α2‐adrenoceptor antagonists since these drugs are known to increase sympathetic tone and stimulateExpand
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Apomorphine potentiates vagal bradycardia.
The effects of apomorphine, a dopamine (DA) agonist, on vagal bradycardia were investigated in chloralose-anesthetized dogs. Negative chronotropic responses to vagal nerve stimulation wereExpand
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EFFECT OF APOMORPHINE ON ADRENAL MEDULLARY CATECHOLAMINE LEVELS
Summary— The effects of the dopamine receptor agonist, apomorphine, on the total catecholamine content of the adrenal medulla were studied in normotensive rats. Apomorphine (3, 15, 30 mg/kg SC)Expand
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[Adverse drug effect notifications by nurses and comparison with cases reported by physicians].
The aim of the present study was to investigate the characteristics of adverse drug reactions reported by hospital doctors and nurses from Toulouse University Hospital between 1992 and 1993. DuringExpand
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Alpha-adrenolytic properties of bromocriptine in dogs.
The effects of bromocriptine on dose-response curves to intravenously administered sympathomimetic agents (adrenaline, noradrenaline, phenylephrine and clonidine) were studied in normotensiveExpand
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POTENTIATION BY NALOXONE OF PRESSOR REFLEXES
1 The effect of intravenous naloxone, an opiate antagonist, was studied on the pressor responses elicited by stimulation of afferent nerves (vagus and laryngeal superior nerves) in anaesthetized dogsExpand
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Studies on the cardiovascular actions of apomorphine in dogs: central versus peripheral mechanisms and role of the adrenal medulla.
The effects of apomorphine on blood pressure and heart rate were studied in normotensive chloralose anaesthetized dogs. Intravenous apomorphine (200 micrograms/kg) induced both a marked decrease ofExpand
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