The effect of intravenous injections of novocain on the blood system
Repeated injection of 4 to 5 ml of 1% novocain solution (once a week) to 30 rabbits resulted in the increase of hemoglobin concentration and the number of erythrocytes. Leucocytosis, without the shift of the leucocytic formula, was also present. No change in the hemopolesis or in the number of reticulocytes was noted in animals, Injection of novocain to animals with denervated carotid sinuses one month after the operation prevents the development of the first and second wave of anemia in the majority of animals.
KeywordsPublic Health Anemia Intravenous Injection Hemoglobin Concentration Blood System
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