Peripheral and central actions of sodium azide on circulatory and respiratory homeostasis in anesthesized cats.

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In pentobarbital-anesthesized cats, bolus i.v. injections of sodium azide produced dose-dependent transient hypotension accompanied by a modest tachycardia and a brief hyperpnea. Intracerebroventricular injections of azide elicited graded effects similar to the i.v. doses, but the responses were slower in onset and could be delayed by occluding the cranial… (More)

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@article{Kaplita1984PeripheralAC, title={Peripheral and central actions of sodium azide on circulatory and respiratory homeostasis in anesthesized cats.}, author={Paul V Kaplita and Herbert L. Borison and Liam McCarthy and R. P. Smith}, journal={The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics}, year={1984}, volume={231 1}, pages={189-96} }