Cass, Leo J.; Frederik, Willem S.
November 1963
Angiology;Nov1963, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p556
Academic Journal
El ano pasado, en la reunión del Colegio International de Angiología, diseutimos un método para detenainar los niveles del nitrito en la sangre y mostramos la eurva obtenida después de haber administrado una sola dósis de pentaerythritol tetranitrate. No se encontró ninguna correlación entre el nivel del nitrito y el alivio del dolor. En esta ocasión hemos aclarado además, el destino metabólico de los nitratos inorganico mostrando un método por el cual pudimos obtener curvas exactas de los niveles en la sangre no solamente del nitrito sino también del nitrato. Esperamos que esto será un instrumento útil en la investigación futura de la eorrelación entre el agente químico y la reacción clínica del paciente.


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