By American Chemical Society
Read or Download Chemical Factors in Hypertension: A collection of papers and discussion presented at the Symposium on Chemical Factors in Hypertension - 115th Ntl. Mtg. San Francisco, March 28 to April 1, 1949 (Advances in Chemistry Series) PDF
Similar chemistry books
Complaints of the Intl Symposium on strong kingdom Chemistry in China, held August 9-12, 2002 in Changchun, China. contains the wonderful examine effects lately got by way of a large spectrum of strong kingdom chemists either from China and from out of the country.
Content material: bankruptcy IX Aminopyridines (pages 1–177): Andrew S. Tomcufcik and Lee N. StarkerChapter X Pyridinecarboxylic Acids (pages 179–346): Eugene P. OlivetoChapter XI Pyridine part? Chain Carboxylic Acids (pages 347–507): John C. GodfreyChapter XII Pyridinols and Pyridones (pages 509–890): Herbert Meislich
During this Festschrift devoted to the sixtieth birthday of Gregory S. Ezra, chosen researchers in theoretical chemistry current study highlights on significant advancements within the box. initially released within the magazine Theoretical Chemistry debts, those striking contributions are actually to be had in a hardcover print structure, in addition to a unique digital version.
- Chemistry of Carbon Compounds: 2nd Supplement to 2r.e v.3B, C, D
- Advances in Heterocyclic Chemistry, Vol. 59
- Principles of Coordination Polymerisation: Heterogeneous and Homogeneous Catalysis in Polymer Chemistry - Polymerisation of Hydrocarbon, Heterocyclic and Heterounsaturated Monomers
- Dioxine Chemie Analytik Vorkommen Umweltverhalten Und Toxikologie
Additional info for Chemical Factors in Hypertension: A collection of papers and discussion presented at the Symposium on Chemical Factors in Hypertension - 115th Ntl. Mtg. San Francisco, March 28 to April 1, 1949 (Advances in Chemistry Series)
It has also been reported that Dibenamine is superior to tetraethylammonium as a test for predicting the results of sympathectomy i n acute peripheral vascular conditions, but the same investigator questioned its prognostic value in hypertension (14)* L a c k of knowledge regarding the etiology of human essential hypertension and the multiplicity of factors determining the extent of the fall i n blood pressure after excision or blockade of the sympathetic system makes the interpretation of any prognostic test extremely hazardous.
Am. Med. , 130, 467-73 (1946). Poppen, J . L . , 134, 1-9 (1947). Prinzmetal, M . , J. Clin. , 15, 63-83 (1936). Reed, R. , Sapirstein, L . , Southard, F . , Am. J. , 141, 70712 (1944). Rothlin, E . , Bull. Schweiz. Akad. med. , 2, 249-73 (1947). Sapirstein, L . , and Reed, R. , Proc. Soc. Exptl. Biol. , 57, 135-6 (1944). Selye, H . , and Stone, H . , J. , 56, 399-419 (1946). , Am. J. , 4, 120-9 (1948). Smithwick, R. H . , 4, 744-59 (1948). Spear, H . , New England J. , 239, 736-9 (1948). , Walther, H .
I n the previous evidence of G a d d u m et al. (74, 76-79) adrenaline clearly was liberated on stimulation of certain nerves. M o r e recently G a d d u m and Goodwin (75) confirmed Cannon's (48) early experiments that the pressor response to hepatic nerve stimulation probably was not adrenaline. Where comparisons were made, the effect of liver sympathin resembled those of noradrenaline more closely than of adrenaline. T h e y conclude that there is no evidence against the theory that liver sympathin is noradrenaline (75).
Chemical Factors in Hypertension: A collection of papers and discussion presented at the Symposium on Chemical Factors in Hypertension - 115th Ntl. Mtg. San Francisco, March 28 to April 1, 1949 (Advances in Chemistry Series) by American Chemical Society