Antinatriferic Plasma Activity in Edematous States with Special Reference to Congestive Cardiac Failure

  • F. Krück


With this report I want to draw your attention to some points that may be important for the evaluation of a natriuretic hormone in states of disease.


Hydration Renin Aldosterone Vasopressin 


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