Cardiovascular Response of the Anesthetized Hamster to Reserpine and Ganglionic Blockade

ROBERT A. MAXWELL, SAMUEL D. Ross, ALBERT J. PLUMMER
1957 Circulation Research  
The changes produced by reserpine and the ganglionic blocking agent, chlorisondamine chloride on the blood pressure, peripheral flow and blood vessel caliber of the hamster have been studied in an attempt to determine the first cause of the hypotensive effect of these compounds.
doi:10.1161/01.res.5.4.414 pmid:13447187 fatcat:pocuokbsabgi5a4n5nbn7yxx4i