Influence of the stimulation of carotid body chemoreceptors on the gastric mucosal blood flow in artificially ventilated and spontaneously breathing rats.


The cardiovascular effects of the stimulation of arterial chemoreceptors are different in spontaneously breathing and artificially ventilated animals. Respiratory failure and long term sojourn at high altitude coincide frequently with the occurrence of gastric ulceration. In both these situations a profound stimulation of arterial chemoreceptors is present… (More)


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