Takamori Sudo

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Furosemide is known to influence the activity of vagally mediated mechanoreceptors in the airways. Because vagal afferent fibers may play an important role in modulation of the sensation of dyspnea, it is possible that inhaled furosemide may modify the sensation of dyspnea. In a double-blind, randomized, crossover study, we compared the effect of inhaled(More)
Inhalation of furosemide, a loop diuretic, has shown favorable effects on experimentally induced cough, bronchoconstriction, and dyspnea. The effect of inhaled furosemide on tracheobronchial receptors was studied in anesthetized, spontaneously breathing rats. Single unit or pauci unit activity was recorded from the right vagus nerve. Tracheobronchial(More)
A teratogenicity study on bromperidol, a neuroleptic, was carried out in Wistar-Imamichi rats. Bromperidol was administered orally at the dose levels of 0.2, 1.5 and 10.0 mg/kg/day for 11 days from day 7 to day 17 of gestation. About two-thirds of pregnant females in each group were sacrificed on day 21 of gestation, and their fetuses were examined. The(More)
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID)-related small intestinal complications exist, since developed new diagnostic modalities, such as balloon and capsule endoscopies. Some experiments have shown rebamipide to protect from NSAID-induced small intestinal complications. The purpose of this study is to investigate whether the effective concentrations of(More)
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