Robert Lockwood

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This double-blind randomised phase III trial was designed to assess the effect of pyridoxine administration on the recurrence of Ta and T1 transitional cell tumours of the bladder. The trial accrued 291 patients and showed no significant difference between the pyridoxine and placebo treatment groups with respect to the time to first recurrence or the(More)
Studies were performed to determine whether the intrarenal distribution of cortical blood flow is altered in congestive heart failure. Utilizing the radioactive microsphere method, we studied eight dogs that developed congestive heart failure secondary to the construction of an aortocaval fistula. They had marked reduction in total renal blood flow not(More)
The phenomenon of sudden cardiac death is usually related to the worsening of existing heart conditions leading to ventricular arrhythmia (VA). One of the well-known triggers of SCD is drug-induced prolongation of the QT interval, such as that caused by Domperidone (D). Despite its risk to prolong the QT interval and associated narrow therapeutic index, D(More)
Glucose and bicarbonate reabsorption were studied in dogs made edematour by aortocaval fistula (A-V dogs) and in sham-operated dogs. Following construction of the A-V fistula, there was a significant increase in body weight; glomerular filtration rate, renal plasma flow, hematocrit, and sodium excretion decreased significantly. Bicarbonate reabosorption was(More)
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