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In experiments on rats with left coronary artery occlusion, p-tyrosol (20 mg/kg, intravenously) showed the ability to decrease myocardial electric instability in phase 1b of ventricular arrhythmias: a fraction of rats without arrhythmia was increased by 36%, and the mean value of ventricular arrhythmia index exhibited a 3-fold decrease.
In rat experiments during brain ischemia (30-min carotid artery occlusion), ethomersol administered intraperitoneally in a dose of 50 mg/kg before occlusion or at the end of ischemia eliminated postischemic hypoperfusion. The effect of the drug was due to its spasmolytic and antiaggregatory activities. An analysis of the vasodilating action of ethomersol… (More)
The main pharmacokinetic parameters of p-tyrosol after single (in 3 doses) and repeated intravenous injection were studied in rats. The content ofp-tyrosol in the blood plasma was determined by spectrofluorimetric method. The pharmacokinetic parameters of p-tyrosol are linear in the dose range from 50 to 200 mg/kg. Repeated administration leads to… (More)
Distribution of p-tyrosol in organism was studied in rats after a single intravenous administration in a dose of 200 mg/kg. It was shown that p-tyrosol rapidly penetrates into well perfused organs (brain, heart, kidneys). The maximum concentration ofp-tyrosol in these organs was determined in 1 minute after administration, and the mean distribution constant… (More)
Along with microangiopathy, degeneration of retinal neurons is one of the basic causes of blindness in patients with diabetic retinopathy. Using the electronic microscopy and morphometric analysis, the structural changes of neurosensory cells, associative and ganglionic retinal neurons were studied in 30 albino outbred male rats with long term (2 months)… (More)
Polyetox, a medicinal form of high-molecular-weight poly(ethylene oxide) (HMWPEO) improved peripheral blood supply, normalized the overall oxygen consumption, decreased erythrocyte aggregation, and reduced blood viscosity at low shear rate, and restored the antiturbulent properties (hydrodynamic index) of blood in the experiments on rats with crush… (More)
Carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatitis in rats is accompanied by blood hyperviscosity syndrome development. A course intragastric administration of thiophane under these conditions prevents the increase in whole blood viscosity by normalizing the microrheological indices (deformability and aggregation of erythrocytes), which is manifested by increasing… (More)
A hepatoprotective effect of thiophan was studied on the model of carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatitis in rats. Therapeutic administration of thiophan repairs the antitoxic function of liver, normalizes cytolysis marker activity, and improves the synthetic function of liver and the carbohydrate and lipid metabolism. The hepatoprotective activity of… (More)
The linearity of pharmacokinetics of 4-methyl-2,6-diisobornylphenol after single intragastric administration in doses within 10 - 200 mg/kg has been studied in rats. It has been established that pharmacokinetics of 4-methyl-2,6-diisobornilphenol in the indicated dose range is not linear due to a limited absorption of the drug from the intestine.
Structural changes of eye chorioretinal complex were investigated in 40 adult male outbred albino rats after total transient cerebral ischemia using electron microscopy and morphometric analysis. Furthermore, the influence of a new sterically hindered phenolic antioxidant dibornol on these processes was estimated. Our studies demonstrated that total… (More)