Cardiac Effects of a Hypotensive Veratrum Derivative in Dogs Premedicated with Digitalis or Quinidine.∗

@article{Mosey1951CardiacEO,
  title={Cardiac Effects of a Hypotensive Veratrum Derivative in Dogs Premedicated with Digitalis or Quinidine.∗},
  author={L. Mosey and G. Maison and J. Stutzman},
  journal={Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine},
  year={1951},
  volume={76},
  pages={486 - 489}
}
Summary Veriloid, a reproducible hypotensive derivative of Veratrum viride, was administered in dosage of 1 mcg/kg/minute for 10 minutes to unanesthetized dogs. Similarly the veratrum derivative was administered to unanesthetized dogs premedicated with toxic dosages of digitalis preparations and to others premedicated with toxic dosages of quinidine hydrochloride. The degree of cardiac slowing from the veratrum derivative was found to be a function of pre-existing cardiac rate. No such relation… 
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