Relative roles of cardiac and arterial baroreceptors in vasopressin regulation during hemorrhage in conscious dogs.

@article{Shen1991RelativeRO,
  title={Relative roles of cardiac and arterial baroreceptors in vasopressin regulation during hemorrhage in conscious dogs.},
  author={Y. T. Shen and Allen W. Cowley and Stephen F. Vatner},
  journal={Circulation research},
  year={1991},
  volume={68 5},
  pages={1422-36}
}
To determine the relative roles of cardiac and sinoaortic baroreceptors in mediation of arginine vasopressin (AVP) release, hemorrhage was performed in five groups of conscious splenectomized dogs: 1) all nerves intact; 2) either chronic surgical or acute pharmacological (intrapericardial lidocaine) cardiac denervation (CD); 3) chronic sinoarotic denervation (SAD); 4) combined chronic sinoartic denervation plus either chronic or acute cardiac denervation (SAD + CD); and 5) all nerves intact… CONTINUE READING