TITLE

PERIPHERAL BLOOD CHANGES IN HUMANS AND EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS FOLLOWING THE INFUSION OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE INTO THE CAROTID ARTERY

AUTHOR(S)
Finney, James W.; Balla, George A.; Race, George J.; Mallams, John T.
PUB. DATE
February 1965
SOURCE
Angiology;Feb1965, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p62
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
1. An increase in circulating platelets and reticulocytes has been observed in rabbits following the infusion of hydrogen peroxide in �Ionosol-T� into the common carotid artery. 2. An increase in one or more of the formed elements in the peripheral circulation (platelets, reticulocytes, or white blood cells) has been noted in 11 of 13 patients being infused with a solution of hydrogen peroxide into either the internal or common carotid artery. In one of 20 patients being infused into the external carotid, and two of 104 patients being infused into the norta, a significant increase in platelet levels was measured. Studies are in progress to determine the nature and mechanisms of the observed stimulation anti to delineate any humeral factors which might ho involved. A relationship between a possible humeral factor and �erythropoietin� is being investigated.
ACCESSION #
16378079

 

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