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Effects of Indomethacin on Local Blood Flow Regulation in Canine Heart and Kidney 1
- T. Owen, I. Ehrhart, W. J. Weidner, J. Scott, F. Haddy
- MedicineProceedings of the Society for Experimental…
- 1 August 1975
The study fails to provide evidence for participation of the prostaglandins in regulation of coronary blood flow and suggests only minimal participation of prostag landings in renal blood flow regulation.
Lung Fluid Exchange after Uneven Pulmonary Artery Obstruction in Sheep
The mechanism of the increased fluid filtration and protein permeability may be related to high vascular pressure and high linear blood flow velocity through a markedly restricted microvascular bed, although release of substances that affect endothelial permeability is not ruled out.
Extravascular lung water after extracellular fluid volume expansion in dogs.
- P. Snashall, W. J. Weidner, N. Staub
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of applied physiology: respiratory…
- 1 April 1977
Three dogs did not conform to this relationship and had disproportionately large increases in lung water, possibly due to alveolar flooding.
Noninvasive measurement of pulmonary transvascular protein flux in sheep.
Vascular responses in the equine digit.
- N. E. Robinson, J. Dabney, W. J. Weidner, G. A. Jones, J. Scott
- Medicine, BiologyAmerican journal of veterinary research
- 1 August 1975
The responses to rapid changes and stoppages of blood flow indicated no evidence of autoregulation or reactive hyperemia, and local administration of acetylcholine, histamine, and prostaglandins E1 and E2 decreasedPrevenous resistance, whereas epinephrine and serotonin caused prevenous constriction.
Low levels of cadmium chloride damage the corneal endothelium
The effect of cadmium chloride on the integrity of the endothelium of isolated bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana) corneas was examined by spectrophotometric analysis of corneal uptake of the vital stain…
Equilibration of intravascular albumin with lung lymph in unanesthetized sheep.
- T. Vaughan, A. Erdmann, K. Brigham, W. Woolverton, W. J. Weidner, N. Staub
- Biology, MedicineLymphology
- 1 September 1979
The marked difference between increased permeability and the other conditions demonstrates the sensitivity of this method and no evidence was obtained that any tracer protein entered lung lymph within the caudal mediastinal lymph node.
Effects of microemboli on lung fluid balance in anesthetized sheep.
Comparison of afferent and efferent lung lymph in the sheep.
Fafferent lymph is a more accurate representation of lung free interstitial fluid because collection of pulmonary afferent lymph obviates the complications introduced by the CMN, and studies utilizing efferent lymph may have overestimated lung microvascular permeability in the acute sheep preparation.
Effects of Monastral blue on pulmonary arterial blood pressure and lung and liver particle retention in chickens.
The results of this study suggest that chickens do not possess reactive pulmonary intravascular macrophages (PIMS), as, in those species in which reactive PIMS are present, injection of MB alone causes a marked increase in pulmonary arterial blood pressure and substantial lung retention of the tracer.