Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine

, Volume 44, Issue 5, pp 1335–1338 | Cite as

The role of interoceptors in the regulation of blood coagulation

Communication 2. The role of vascular receptor zones of the carotid sinus and the arch of the aorta in acceleration of blood coagulation in acute blood loss
  • D. M. Zubairov
Pathological Physiology and General Pathology


The role of interoceptors of carotid sinus and of the arch of aorta in acceleration of blood coagulation in acute blood loss was investigated. It was revealed by 29 experiments on rabbits and 10 on dogs that local anemia of sinocarotid zones causes reflex acceleration of blood coagulation. Blood loss in rabbits with denervated carotid sinuses is associated with the weaker response of acceleration of blood coagulation, than in normal animals. With exclusion of the sinus, depressor and vagus nerves the acceleration of the blood coagulation and increase of thrombin titer is not as considerable as following blood loss in the intact animals.


Public Health Anemia Blood Loss Thrombin Blood Coagulation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • D. M. Zubairov
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  1. 1.Department of Pathologic Physiology of the Kazan Medical InstituteKazanUSSR

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