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Reflex respiratory and cardiovascular effects of stimulation of receptors in the nose of the dog

By Jennifer E. Angell James and M. de Burgh Daly


1. In forty-one out of forty-seven dogs under chloralose—urethane or Nembutal anaesthesia, mechanical stimulation of the nasal mucous membrane caused a reduction or inhibition of respiration, bradycardia, variable changes of arterial blood pressure, and a small rise in venous pressure

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