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CATECHOLAMINE RESPONSE TO DEEP HYPOTHERMIA AND TOTAL CIRCULATORY ARREST IN THE INFANT LAMB.

Author(s) : TURLEY K.

Type of article: Article

Summary

IN LAMB, DURING THE FIRST TWO WEEKS OF LIFE, DEEP HYPOTHERMIA DOES NOT LEAD TO SIGNIFICANT CHANGES EITHER IN THE NORADRENALINE OF ADRENALINE OR OF DOPAMINE. TOTAL CIRCULATORY ARREST BRINGS ABOUT A MASSIVE FREEZING OF NORADRENALINE OR ADRENALINE, IN SPITE OF THE TOKENS OF A LARGE DECREASE IN METABOLIC ACTIVITY. THESE EFFECTS SEEM TO BE LINKED TO FLOW RATE AND MODULATED BY ADRENAL GLANDS, ALTHOUGH PERIPHERAL NORADRENALINE IS FREED ON ARREST. (Bull. CNRS, FR., 81-349-1549.).

Details

  • Original title: CATECHOLAMINE RESPONSE TO DEEP HYPOTHERMIA AND TOTAL CIRCULATORY ARREST IN THE INFANT LAMB.
  • Record ID : 1982-0281
  • Languages: English
  • Source: Circulation Suppl. - vol. 62 - n. 2
  • Publication date: 1980
  • Available in the IIR library

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