Osmosensitive mechanisms contribute to the water drinking-induced pressor response in humans.

@article{Lipp2005OsmosensitiveMC,
  title={Osmosensitive mechanisms contribute to the water drinking-induced pressor response in humans.},
  author={Axel Lipp and Johannes Tank and G. Th. Franke and Guy Arnold and Friedrich Cameron Luft and J. Furneaux Jordan},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2005},
  volume={65 6},
  pages={
          905-7
        }
}
BACKGROUND Water drinking elicits a sympathetically mediated pressor response in multiple-system atrophy patients through an unknown mechanism. We reasoned that gastrointestinal distention, hyposomotic stimulation, or both contribute to the water-induced pressor response. METHODS We compared the response to normal saline and water on blood pressure in 10 patients with probable multiple-system atrophy. Patients featured moderate to severe autonomic dysfunction. EKG and finger arterial blood… CONTINUE READING
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