| SHORT COMMUNICATION
|Year : 1975 | Volume
| Issue : 1 | Page : 34-39
Electrocardiographic and other cardiovascular effects of GO-3315(Ciba) and chlorpromazine in experimental animals
KC Kotia, OP Garg, RK Joshi
The present study incorporates various cardiovascular effects and ECG changes exhibited by Chlorpromazine and GO-33 1 5 (Ciba). Both the drugs increase QAS and QT intervals. Produce abnormal ventricular complexes cause hypotension and decrease the force of auricular and ventricular contractions. While chlorpromazine increases coronary flow, GO-331 5 has no effect. Similarly Chlorpromazine increases the heart rate while GO-331 5 causes a decrease.
K C Kotia
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