Reflex cardiovascular response to brief abdominal visceral ischemia is mediated in part by prostaglandins.

@article{Chahal1999ReflexCR,
  title={Reflex cardiovascular response to brief abdominal visceral ischemia is mediated in part by prostaglandins.},
  author={Premjit S Chahal and Stephen V. Rendig and John C. Longhurst},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={277 5},
  pages={
          H1793-8
        }
}
Prostaglandin concentrations are elevated in intestinal lymph during brief abdominal visceral ischemia, and exogenously applied prostaglandins can directly stimulate or sensitize ischemically sensitive visceral sympathetic nerve fibers. However, it is not known if prostaglandin production during abdominal ischemia is sufficient to contribute to the reflex cardiovascular response (e.g., hypertension). Accordingly, in anesthetized cats, the femoral artery was cannulated for measurement of… 

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