Response of urinary noradrenaline excretion to reserpine administration in normal and hypertensive subjects.


Reserpine was administered in purpose to determine the "Noradrenaline store" in sympathetic nerve endings. The marked increase of urinary noradrenaline excretion was observed by reserpine 0.4 mg/day administration. Total amount of noradrenaline in urine for first three days of 0.4 mg/day of reserpine administration was considered as a good indicators of… (More)