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The Circulatory Actions of the Neurohypophysial Hormones and Similar Polypeptides

  • K. Saameli
Part of the Handbuch der experimentellen Pharmakologie / Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology book series (HEP, volume 23)

Abstract

This chapter deals with the effects of neurohypophysial and some related pep-tides on the cardiovascular system in different mammalian species. No attempt is made to elucidate the reversed relationship, namely the action of cardiovascular changes on the production and/or the release of the hormones (for this subject see chapter by M. Ginsbubg). According to the editor’s suggestion this article is confined to the recent literature and does not include older papers, unless they are of more than merely historical interest. It is hoped, however, that most of the relevant papers published later than 1947 are reviewed.

Keywords

Cardiac Output Circulatory Action Pulmonary Wedge Pressure Uterine Blood Flow Systemic Arterial Blood Pressure 
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