The Effect of Prostigmin on the Urinary Excretion of Potassium in the Normal Subject.

  • J. N. Cumings
  • Published 1941 in Journal of neurology and psychiatry


From the Biochemical Department, National Hospital, Queen Square, London PREVIOUS work (Cumings, 1940) on the effect of prostigmin (mgm. i) in patients suffering from myasthenia gravis showed that although potassium was liberated from affected muscles and circulated in the blood, the urine did not show any increased amount of potassium. It was assumed that… (More)


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