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THE EFFECT OF PROPRANOLOL ON THE ACETYLCHOLINE‐INDUCED SWEAT GLAND RESPONSE IN ATOPIC AND NON‐ATOPIC SUBJECTS

H. Hemels
Published 1970 · Medicine

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The sweat response to injected acetylcholine was measured with and without beta‐blockade by propranolol. Three observations were made: (1) In all cases, propranolol tended to increase the response of the sweat gland to acetylcholine. (2) The effect of propranolol was more marked when using stimulation with minimal quantities of acetylcholine. (3) Atopic subjects showed little or no effect of beta‐blockade.
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