Title : Effects of ethanol on plasma chloroquine, arginine vasopressin (AVP) concentrations and renal hydro-electrolyte handling in the rat.

Pub. Date : 2000 Nov

PMID : 11104166






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1 Current evidence in literature suggests that acute effects of either chloroquine or ethanol on kidney function partly depend on influencing plasma concentrations of arginine vasopressin (AVP). Ethanol arginine vasopressin Rattus norvegicus
2 Current evidence in literature suggests that acute effects of either chloroquine or ethanol on kidney function partly depend on influencing plasma concentrations of arginine vasopressin (AVP). Ethanol arginine vasopressin Rattus norvegicus
3 Therefore, the goal of the current study was to explore the effects of chloroquine and/or various doses of ethanol on plasma AVP levels and associated effects on renal hydro-electrolyte handling. Ethanol arginine vasopressin Rattus norvegicus
4 Intravenous infusion of ethanol increased plasma AVP concentrations in a dose-dependent manner. Ethanol arginine vasopressin Rattus norvegicus
5 The observations of this study suggest that acute ethanol increases plasma AVP levels in a dose-dependent manner to affect hydro-electrolyte balance. Ethanol arginine vasopressin Rattus norvegicus