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PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDIES WITH ANTABUSE
PAUL DARDIN; JACKSON A. SMITH; WARREN T. BROWN
Am J Psychiatry 1952;108:701-702.
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Goldsmith Instructor in Psychiatry, Baylor University College of Medicine, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry.

Department of Psychiatry, Baylor University College of Medicine.

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1. In dogs, Antabuse decreases glomerular filtration.2. Dogs tolerate Antabuse without evidence of liver damage.3. Giving of Antabuse to dogs did not alter their response to paraldehyde.4. An intravenous infusion of acetaldehyde in dogs causes a depression of the R wave in all leads in the electrocardiogram.5. The regularity of the estrous cycle in rats is not affected by Antabuse.

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