Antihypertensive Therapy: Principles and Practice an by C. Bartorelli (auth.), F. Gross (eds.)

By C. Bartorelli (auth.), F. Gross (eds.)

Hypertension has definitely been one of many themes such a lot fre­ quently mentioned at symposia, conferences, and congresses in the course of fresh years. there's numerous purposes for this; 3 of them are seen: to begin with, the truth that a wide share of the world's inhabitants is struggling with a variety of kinds of hypertensive illness; secondly, expanding wisdom of the pathogenesis of high blood pressure and of the disturbances underlying it; and, thirdly, the marked growth which has been made in antihypertensive treatment over the last fifteen years. whilst plans for the current symposium have been being drawn up, it used to be felt that it may no longer easily bring on simply one other assembly on high blood pressure, yet should still position specific emphasis on these features which had no longer been properly mentioned at earlier symposia of this sort. interestingly adequate, the subject which looked as if it would have got least consciousness some time past used to be remedy, even though from the sensible standpoint this can be via a ways an important. the alternative of remedy because the major topic of the total symposium additionally looked to be warranted in view of the quite lengthy interval that had elapsed given that potent antihyper­ tensive therapy grew to become on hand; the time had in reality come now to judge the advantages in addition to the shortcomings of drug remedy as on hand today.

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Rat . . . • . . . . . . B) Pentobarbitone anaesthesia. . . . . Dog . . • . . . . . . . Rat . . . • . . . . . . . Table 3. Effect 0 BaCi. /ml. Reserpine. Hydralazine. Gulnea·plg ileum Histamine Table 2. , 1956) co ..... I ~. 1 ~ a t a ~ g. 20 H. J. BEIN and H. BRUNNER: an increase in cardiac output and heart rate. AHLQUIST et a!. (1947) with regard to tolazoIine and by MAXWELL et a!. (1958) with regard to the ganglionic blocking agent, chlorisondamine. The latter authors analysed in various species, including monkey, dog, rabbit, and rat, the compensatory mechanisms to chlorisondamine.

For this purpose they resorted to the foreign-body granuloma reaction induced by the subcutaneous implantation of a cottonwool pellet in the rat. A significant increase in granuloma weight was found in cases where the hypertension was of more than a certain minimum duration and in cases where it had developed comparatively quickly. Furthermore, however, they also noted some increase in the weight of the granuloma in rats which were not hypertensive but clamped, and, last but not least, marked sex differences.

The next question is how hydralazine brings about a decrease in peripheral resistance. There are different opinions as to the extent to which a central effect plays a role in addition to the direct peripheral site of attack (for discussion see ABLAD, 1963). Hydralazine inhibits pressor reactions after stimulation of afferent nerves without interfering to the same extent with the pressor reaction produced by stimulation of an efferent sympathetic nerve. , 1953). In addition, hydralazine is capable of bringing about changes in the concentration of normal brain constituents.

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