[Effects of lithium preparations in certain forms of experimental arrhythmias].

Abstract

In tests on cats with cut vagus and aortal nerves, clipped common carotid arteries caused a sharp increase in sympathic activity (SA) in the cardiac nerves, a rise of arterial pressure (AP) and ventricular arrhythmias. Lithium chloride and hydroxibutirate injected intravenously reduced SA, AP and restored sinus rhythm. While administering arrhythmogenic… (More)

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