The role of the cardiac nerves in the regulation of sodium excretion in conscious dogs

@article{Kaczmarczyk1981TheRO,
  title={The role of the cardiac nerves in the regulation of sodium excretion in conscious dogs},
  author={Gabriele Kaczmarczyk and Angela Drake and Robert Eisele and R. Mohnhaupt and Mark I. M. Noble and B. Simgen and James Stubbs and H Wolfgang Reinhardt},
  journal={Pfl{\"u}gers Archiv},
  year={1981},
  volume={390},
  pages={125-130}
}
Conscious, chronically instrumented dogs, maintained on a high sodium intake, were used to investigate whether surgical cardiac denervation impairs the natriuresis associated with left atrial pressure increase produced in three ways: during an increase in left atrial pressure by means of a reversible mitral stenosis (protocol 1); after an i.v. saline load (1.0 ml 0.9%·saline min−1·kg−1 over 60 min) (protocol 2); after an oral saline load (14.5 mmol Na·kg−1 given with the food as an isotonic… CONTINUE READING
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