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|Acute drug effects on the heart-haemodynamic, pharmacologic and metabolic correlations / by Christopher John Zeitz.
|Zeitz, Christopher John
|Dept. of Medicine
|Examines the acute myocardial uptake of drugs, particularly perindoprilat and enalaprilat in humans. The uptake of these agents is examined, together with the haemodynamic, metabolic and biochemical effects. In particular, the impact of these agents on angiotensin and bradykinin peptides both within the heart and peripherally is described. The acute effects of a range of cardioactive drugs upon the left ventricular force-interval relationship is examined.
|Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Adelaide, Dept. of Medicine, 1999
|Heart Effect of drugs on.
|Addenda and corrigenda inserted on verso of back end paper.
Includes: Publications and communications to learned societies (p. 4-5).
Bibliography: leaves 272-286.
286 leaves : ill. ; 30 cm.
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