Neurohumoral Control Mechanisms in the Regulation of Cardiovascular Function and Fluid and Electrolyte Balance.
Final scientific rept. 1 Oct 71-30 Sep 76,
DELHI UNIV (INDIA) V P CHEST INST
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Changes in cardiac output and peripheral resistance, and changes in the venous tone following bleeding and transfusion, and their correlation with the cardiac and sino-aortic receptor drive were studied. Additional studies were made of cardio-acceleratory sympathetic afferent pathways, physiology of Arterio-VenousA-V shunts, including the mechanism underlying cardiovascular adjustment in A-V shunts, and cardiovascular receptors discharge in A-V shunts. Also studied were the response of vagal afferents in shock and fainting, vagal andor non-vagal pathways concerned with sympathetic outflow to the spleen and kidneys, and mechanisms of natriuresis produced by instillation of sodium into the third ventricle.
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