Effect of two formulations of a beta blocker on fibrinolytic response to maximum exercise.

@article{ElSayed1989EffectOT,
  title={Effect of two formulations of a beta blocker on fibrinolytic response to maximum exercise.},
  author={Mahmoud S. El-Sayed and Bruce Davies},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={1989},
  volume={21 4},
  pages={369-73}
}
It has been reported that catecholamine release is associated with stressful events and that adrenaline administration induces hyperfibrinolysis. To examine the possible involvement of the adrenoreceptor mechanism in the regulation of fibrinolytic activity at rest and to maximum exercise, 12 healthy volunteers (six males and six females, age range 19-21 yr) were orally medicated with two formulations of a beta blocker. The drug treatments consisted of 1) a single dose of OM756 alpha 10 mg… CONTINUE READING