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Action du succinate de soude sur la respiration

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Intravenous injection of sodium succinate in dogs anesthetized with chloralosane produces a prolonged stimulation of respiration and decreases the duration of the apnea following pulmonary hyperventilation.

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Heymans, C., Jacob, J. Action du succinate de soude sur la respiration. Experientia 3, 294–295 (1947). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02164180

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