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We investigated the relationship between urinary prostaglandin E (PGE) excretion and sodium and water balance. PGE excretion was measured in thirteen healthy male volunteers on the metabolic ward during conditions of high sodium (200 mmols/day) and low sodium diets (40 mmols/day) and during intravenous administration of saline and of dextrose and water,(More)
Urinary PGE2 excretion is enhanced in several polyuric states in man suggesting that PGE2 synthesis could be a mediator of diuresis. To explore the alternate hypothesis that polyuria is the cause of the increased PGE2 excretion, we increased urine flow rate by intravenous administration of dextrose and water with different magnesium, calcium and potassium(More)
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