Tonic and baroreflex effects on arterial pressure and ventilation of pentobarbital and nicotine on the rat ventral medullary surface.

Abstract

Unilateral aortic depressor nerve stimulation caused depression of arterial pressure (baropressure reflex) and ventilation (baro-ventilatory reflex) in urethane-anesthetized, spontaneously breathing Sprague-Dawley rats. Application of sodium pentobarbital to the ventral medullary surface (VMS) depressed baseline arterial pressure and ventilation, and… (More)

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@article{Jung1989TonicAB, title={Tonic and baroreflex effects on arterial pressure and ventilation of pentobarbital and nicotine on the rat ventral medullary surface.}, author={Ronny Jung and E. N. Bruce and P. G. Katona}, journal={Brain research}, year={1989}, volume={485 2}, pages={399-402} }