Siggaard-Andersen, J.; Petersen, F. Bonde; Ulrich, J.
June 1971
Angiology;Jun1971, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p311
Academic Journal
The effect of medical treatment with Hydergin®, a preparation composed of equal components of dihydroergocristine, dihydroergocryptine and dihydroergocornine, was evaluated by plethysmographic recording of resting blood flow/volume, the magnitude of the hyperaemia after ischaemia for 5 minutes, the magnitude of the capillary filtration rate and finally the blood pressure, all parameters being recorded on the calf of the leg (72 extremities). It was found that Hydergin® caused a significant increase in the resting blood flow/volume (p ≤ 0.01). A tendency to a rise in the hyperaemia values were found. However, these rises were not significant. The other recorded values were unaffected.


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