THE PHYSIOLOGY OF PROLONGED OLIGEMIC HYPOTENSION.
Annual progress rept. for 1 Jun 64-31 May 65,
WESTERN RESERVE UNIV CLEVELAND OHIO SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
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Physiologic and biochemical data were recorded from animals and man in shock. Studies in Animals Hemorrhagic hypotension 1 Studies of the splanchnic and hepatic circulation 2 Cardiovascular dynamics in dogs 3 Changes in erythrocyte volume 4 Studies of proteins and enzymes in the lymph and plasma 5 Effects of phenoxybenzamine 6 Effects of Adenosine Triphosphate 7 Treatment of hemorrhagic shock with dextran and hydroxyethyl starch 8 Histamine and histidine decarboxylase in the liver in hemorrhagic hypotension 9 Effects of dextran and phenoxybenzamine. Studies in Man 1 Hemodynamic changes 2 Metabolic findings 3 Blocking agents in shock 4 Changes in enzymes and the serum.