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INTRQDUCTION: Opiates are hypothesized to cause a vasodepressor effect by acting on the rostral vantrolateral medulla (RVLM) wherein lie neurons which control sympathetic tone. Using voltammetry which measures catecholamine oxidation currents (CA.OC) generated by adrenergic activity in these neurons, our objective was to demonstrate the in vivo effect of morphine on the RVLM. METHODS: Halothane anaesthetized rats were implanted stereotaxically with carbon-fibre electrodes to monitor CA-OC bydoi:10.1007/bf03020692 fatcat:teoswhi2yfeodc5c6p2twajnwm