Effects of vasodilators on rates of change of nasopharyngeal temperature and systemic vascular resistance during cardiopulmonary bypass in anaesthetized dogs.

@article{Li1988EffectsOV,
  title={Effects of vasodilators on rates of change of nasopharyngeal temperature and systemic vascular resistance during cardiopulmonary bypass in anaesthetized dogs.},
  author={Dennis M. F. Li and R J Mullaly and Phyllis A Ewer and Beverly Bell and Robert L Eyres and William J. Brawn and Roger B. B. Mee},
  journal={The Australian and New Zealand journal of surgery},
  year={1988},
  volume={58 4},
  pages={327-33}
}
The effects of various vasodilating agents on the rates of change of nasopharyngeal temperature and total systemic vascular resistance of anaesthetized dogs during cardiopulmonary bypass were studied. Intravenous administration of nitroglycerine (14 micrograms/kg per min, infused at 35 degrees C and 36 degrees C), sodium nitroprusside (5 micrograms/kg per min, infused at 36 degrees C) and phenoxybenzamine (1 mg/kg bolus, given at 32 degrees C and 36 degrees C) did not have any effect on the… CONTINUE READING