Dose-dependent action of naloxone on the systemic and portal circulation in acute blood loss in rats

  • N. Ya. Kovalenko
  • D. D. Matsievskii
Pathological Physiology and General Pathology

Key words

blood loss naloxone circulation biomicroscopy ultrasound 


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  • N. Ya. Kovalenko
  • D. D. Matsievskii

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