V. N. Barnatskii

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In 116 patients with coronary heart disease, essential hypertension, acute and chronic glomerulonephritis and pyelonephritis, the authors observed differences in the excretion of the ions of 42K, stable potassium, 24Na, stable sodium, chlorine as well as in the value of diuresis during the administration of equimolar solutions of potassium hydrocarbonate(More)
The toxicity of potassium hydrocarbonate and chloride was compared in tests on 113 albino rats. It was noted that following introduction of maximal amounts of potassium chloride death occurred earlier in these animals than in the ones which received equivalent doses of potassium hydrocarbonate. Simultaneous administration of sodium hydrocarbonate reduced(More)
The potassium hydrocarbonate and potassium chloride toxicity was compared in experiments on 113 albino rats. The death following introduction of maximal amounts of potassium chloride was noted to supervene earlier than it did in animals receiving equivalent doses of potassium hydrocarbonate. Simultaneous introduction of sodium hydrocarbonate lowered the(More)