Effect of intensified red blood cell aggregability on arterial pressure and mesenteric microcirculation.

Abstract

Intensified aggregability of red blood cells (RBC) was produced in adult white rats by the step-by-step intravascular administration of a high-molecular-weight dextran, with a molecular weight approximating that of blood fibrinogen. As a result, the systemic arterial pressure was elevated by more than one-third of the initial level, whereas the diameter of… (More)

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@article{Mchedlishvili1993EffectOI, title={Effect of intensified red blood cell aggregability on arterial pressure and mesenteric microcirculation.}, author={George I. Mchedlishvili and Leila N Gobejishvili and N I Beritashvili}, journal={Microvascular research}, year={1993}, volume={45 3}, pages={233-42} }