Collecting Duct Function in Deoxycorticosterone Acetate-Escaped , Normal , and Salt-Deprived Rats Response to Hypervolemia

@inproceedings{Potter2005CollectingDF,
  title={Collecting Duct Function in Deoxycorticosterone Acetate-Escaped , Normal , and Salt-Deprived Rats Response to Hypervolemia},
  author={Colin J. Potter},
  year={2005}
}
  • Colin J. Potter
  • Published 2005
The microcatheterization technique was used to study reabsorption of fluid, sodium, and potassium in the medullary collecting duct in chronically deoxycorticosterone acetate (DOCAKreated and salt-loaded rats, as well as in normal and chronically salt-deprived (NaD) rats, before and after infusion of doaor blood (33% of estimated circulating volume). Before expansion, urinary sodium excretion was highest in DOCA rats, intermediate in normal, and lowest in low salt rats. Significant collecting… CONTINUE READING