[Study of analgesic effect of novel imidazoline derivatives and their effect on arterial pressure during pain].


In rat experiments new imidazoline derivatives caused a pain-relieving effect and inhibited a rise in arterial pressure in pain. Fluoride derivatives of imidazoline in doses of 1, 2, and 4 mg/kg induced long-term analgesia, had no effect on the background arterial blood pressure (AP), and significantly reduced its nociceptive pressor responses. The bromide… (More)


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