Pulmonary oedema produced by scorpion venom augments a phenyldiguanide-induced reflex response in anaesthetized rats.

@article{Deshpande1999PulmonaryOP,
  title={Pulmonary oedema produced by scorpion venom augments a phenyldiguanide-induced reflex response in anaesthetized rats.},
  author={Shripad Bhimarao Deshpande and Soumita Bagchi and O P Rai and Nakul Chandra Aryya},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={521 Pt 2},
  pages={537-44}
}
1. The involvement of pulmonary oedema produced by scorpion venom in augmenting a phenyldiguanide (PDG)-induced reflex response was evaluated in urethane-anaesthetized rats. 2. PDG-induced bradycardiac, hypotensive and apnoeic responses, expressed as time-response area, exhibited similarities before or after venom treatment. Hence, the time-response area of bradycardia was taken as a reflex parameter. Pulmonary oedema was determined by physical evaporation and histological methods. 3. Exposure… CONTINUE READING
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