The effect of corazole on the periodic activity of a “hungry” stomach

  • N. G. Stroikova
Pharmacology

Summary

It has been experimentally shown that the effect of corazole on the “hungry” movements of the stomach depends on the dose given. Large but not convulsive doses (20 mg/kg) cause an, inhibitory effect resulting, probably, in pessimal inhibition developing in the central nervous system. Smaller doses (10–15 mg/kg) exert a stimulating effect leading to prolonged peristalsis.

Keywords

Public Health Nervous System Central Nervous System Small Dose Periodic Activity 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. G. Stroikova
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of PharmacologyInstitute of Experimental MedicineUSSR

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