TITLE

CLINICAL STUDIES ON THE CARDIOVASCULAR EFFECTS OF MARSILID

AUTHOR(S)
Crane, George E.
PUB. DATE
February 1960
SOURCE
Angiology;Feb1960 Part 1, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p25
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
1, Four tuberculous patients and one healthy control received one to four courses of Marsilid therapy, 2, Four persons exhibited hypotensive as well as hypertensive effects while one patient showed hypotension only, \n three patients the systolic blood pressure (BP) increased with each successive course of treatment. 3. One patient developed a myocardial infarction followed by death, and another patient, a cerebrovascular accident which resulted in hemiplegia. 4. Hypertension seems to be an infrequent complication in Marsilid-treated patients, but drug effects on circulatory homeostasis, other than the established hypotensive effect, may occur with some frequency.
ACCESSION #
16525124

 

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