neurogenic atrial fibrillation
neurotropic component of antiarrhythmic effect
Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Abstract Antifibrillatory effect of methacizin under conditions of neurogenic atrial fibrillation in cats was due to its vagolytic rather than cardiotropic activity. The immediate antifibrillatory effect of methacizin surpassed that of its components (ethacizin and ethmozin). However, 30 min after administration the antiarrhythmic effect of methacizin did not differ from that of ethacizin alone.
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