Terry, E. N.; Messina, E.; Schwartz, M. S.; Redisch, W.; Steele, M. J.
February 1967
Angiology;Feb1967, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p127
Academic Journal
Examines the clinical use of bamethane sulphate by researchers from New York City. Evaluation on the effect of long-term administration of bamethane sulphate on intermittent claudication; Use of differential plethysmographic techniques to determine the perfusion rate of skeletal muscles; Exploration of possible adverse effects with long-term use of the drug.


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