A comparison of hypotension and bradycardia following spinal anaesthesia in patients on calcium channel blockers and β-blockers

@article{Patil2013ACO,
  title={A comparison of hypotension and bradycardia following spinal anaesthesia in patients on calcium channel blockers and $\beta$-blockers},
  author={Amol N. Patil and Snehalata V. Gajbhiye and Shweta Salgaonkar},
  journal={Indian Journal of Pharmacology},
  year={2013},
  volume={45},
  pages={203 - 204}
}
203 Indian Journal of Pharmacology | April 2013 | Vol 45 | Issue 2 The valerian extract (25 mg/kg b.w.), when administered orally to mice along with 25 mg/kg b.w. of liquorice extract, produced a significant increase in the percentage number of entries in the open arms andtime spent in open armsas compared to effects of valerian extract administered alone.Similar results were obtained when alprazolam was administered at 0.7 mg/kg b.w. along with liquorices extract (25 mg/kg b.w.). Thus… Expand

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