Respiratory effects of intravenous lobeline in normal subjects and in patients with mitral stenosis.

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Patients with mitral stenosis are known to have a diminished ventilatory response to inhalation of carbon dioxide, as compared with normal subjects. Reduced responsiveness of the respiratory centre (Pauli, Noe, and Coates, 1960) and/or altered mechnical properties of the lungs are assumed to be responsible for this change (Bruderman, Braun, and Rogel, 1965… (More)

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@article{Bruderman1966RespiratoryEO, title={Respiratory effects of intravenous lobeline in normal subjects and in patients with mitral stenosis.}, author={Israel Bruderman and Scott Stern and K. Braun}, journal={British heart journal}, year={1966}, volume={28 6}, pages={740-5} }