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SOCIETY FOR PEDIATRIC RESEARCH

SOCIETY FOR PEDIATRIC RESEARCH Annual 1936 Meeting, May 5, Session Morning in CHARLES F. President, the Chair MCKHANN, Action of Magnesium\p=m-\Effectof Magnesium on Vascular Spasm. Dr. M. I. Rubin and Dr. M. Rapoport, Philadelphia. Since in a we had demonstrated that previous experiment magnesium pre- vented the both in vivo and in and contraction of sensitized smooth muscle vitro, with evidence his that rats on the McCollum and associates, viz., presented by was low diets showed vasoconstriction, it magnesium phenomena suggesting to in decided the effect of diets on vasoconstriction investigate high magnesium in It has rats the intramuscular of tartrate. produced by injection ergotamine been demonstrated that tartrate vasoconstric- conclusively ergotamine produces and a since is manifestation of vasoconstriction, hypertension tion, hypertension an was used as index of the or absence of vascular spasm. presence The normal blood of our rats varied from 78 to 154 mm. of pressure mercury. with a The was 119, standard deviation of \m=+-\19. average reading Repeated for the same rat showed fluctuation 20 mm. of readings only slight (about mercury). rats were divided into two One was on Fifty-four equal groups. group kept was same the normal stock the other fed the diet with the addition http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American journal of diseases of children American Medical Association

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1936 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0096-8994
eISSN
1538-3628
DOI
10.1001/archpedi.1936.04140030233017
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Abstract

Annual 1936 Meeting, May 5, Session Morning in CHARLES F. President, the Chair MCKHANN, Action of Magnesium\p=m-\Effectof Magnesium on Vascular Spasm. Dr. M. I. Rubin and Dr. M. Rapoport, Philadelphia. Since in a we had demonstrated that previous experiment magnesium pre- vented the both in vivo and in and contraction of sensitized smooth muscle vitro, with evidence his that rats on the McCollum and associates, viz., presented by was low diets showed vasoconstriction, it magnesium phenomena suggesting to in decided the effect of diets on vasoconstriction investigate high magnesium in It has rats the intramuscular of tartrate. produced by injection ergotamine been demonstrated that tartrate vasoconstric- conclusively ergotamine produces and a since is manifestation of vasoconstriction, hypertension tion, hypertension an was used as index of the or absence of vascular spasm. presence The normal blood of our rats varied from 78 to 154 mm. of pressure mercury. with a The was 119, standard deviation of \m=+-\19. average reading Repeated for the same rat showed fluctuation 20 mm. of readings only slight (about mercury). rats were divided into two One was on Fifty-four equal groups. group kept was same the normal stock the other fed the diet with the addition

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American journal of diseases of childrenAmerican Medical Association

Published: Sep 1, 1936

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