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Further observations on the effect of some beta blocking agents on the carotid sinus reflex in anesthetized and conscious dogs and on its blood pressure lowering effects in acutely hypertensive anesthetized dogs



Further observations on the effect of some beta blocking agents on the carotid sinus reflex in anesthetized and conscious dogs and on its blood pressure lowering effects in acutely hypertensive anesthetized dogs



Federation Proceedings 30(2): 676




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