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Does difluorodichloromethane (FC 12) sensitize the cardiac muscle in vitro to epinephrine-induced arrhythmia ? We have tried to answer this question by comparing : the action of epinephrine alone on the isolated rabbit heart perfused by an ordinary nutritive solution and the action of epinephrine on the heart perfused by a nutritive solution containing(More)
Inhalation of gas mixtures containing different concentrations of FC 12 by anesthetized and normally oxygenated dogs produces blood levels of FC 12 which are stable and proportional to the rate of FC 12 in the mixture. From the arterial concentration of 40 microgram/ml FC 12 (5 % FC 12 mixture) and over, FC 12 alone causes effects proportional to doses:(More)
Inhalation of gas mixtures containing different concentrations of FC12 by anesthetized and normally oxygenated rabbits produces blood levels of FC12 which are stable and proportional to the rate of FC12 in the mixture. From the arterial concentration of 80 microgram/ml FC12 (10 % FC12) mixture) and over, FC12 alone causes effects proportional to doses:(More)
During the inhalation of normally oxygenated gas mixtures containing light or middle concentrations of FC 12, the presence of perfused epinephrine is necessary to induce cardiac arrhythmia in rabbits and dogs. The only inhalation of normally oxygenated gas mixtures containing a very high concentration of FC 12 produces in rabbits and dogs an important(More)
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