TITLE

EFFECT OF NYLIDRIN HYDROCHLORIDE ON THE SKIN AND MUSCLE TEMPERATURES OF PATIENTS WITH OCCLUSIVE ARTERIAL DISEASE OF THE LOWER EXTREMITIES

AUTHOR(S)
Roedling, Herbert A.; Roth, Grace M.; Schnirger, Alexander; Gifford Jr., Ray W.
PUB. DATE
April 1960
SOURCE
Angiology;Apr1960, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p130
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The skin temperatures of the fingers, toes and sural region and the temperature of the gastrocnemius muscle of 10 patients, and also their claudication times were studied before and after the intramuscular administration of nylidrin hydrochloride. The temperature of the gastrocneniius muscle was recorded by the thermoelectric method. No change could be observed in the temperature of sural muscle or skin or in the tolerance for walking after the administration of nylidrin hydrochloride.
ACCESSION #
16365411

 

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