All Relations between Depression and consciousness

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J H Perlmutt, C C Kao, P K Hil. Concentration and dilution of the urine in partially hepatectomized, conscious rats. Pflugers Archiv : European journal of physiology. vol 369. issue 3. 1977-10-20. PMID:561370. the influence of partial hepatectomy on urinary concentrating ability and renal tissue sodium was determined in conscious rats deprived of water for 24 h. in comparison with a sham operation, partial hepatectomy resulted in: a) a 50% reduction in free-water reabsorption, urinary osmolality, and osmolal urine-to-plasma ratio; b) depression of free-water reabsorption at similar levels of osmolal clearance above 200 microliter/min per ml of gfr during the infusion of hypertonic nacl and vasopressin; and c) a 30% reduction in sodium content of the renal papilla and outer medulla. 1977-10-20 2023-08-11 rat
C J Magarey, P B Tod. The doctor and the patient in early breast cancer diagnosis. Australian family physician. vol 6. issue 3. 1977-07-23. PMID:869780. a study of women's attitudes to breast cancer and surgery has shown their behaviour to be influenced mainly by unconscious factors, including ego-defences, anxiety and depression. 1977-07-23 2023-08-11 Not clear
L C Ou, S M Tenne. Hypoxia and carbon dioxide as separate and interactive depressants of ventilation. Respiration physiology. vol 28. issue 3. 1977-04-30. PMID:1019431. another series of studies, conducted on seven conscious cats, sought to identify hypoxic response thresholds and depression thresholds, by determining responses over a wide range of hypoxic stimulus intensities, and at different controlled alveolar pco2. 1977-04-30 2023-08-11 Not clear
C R Wilso. A study of the symptom patterns of psychiatric referrals in a tropical diseases unit. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. vol 70. issue 4. 1977-02-16. PMID:1006761. diarrhoea and abdominal pains may be linked directly to anxiety and depression or may emerge as an unconscious defence against insoluble problems. 1977-02-16 2023-08-11 Not clear
K Obayashi, K Nagasawa, W J Mandel, J K Vyden, W W Parmle. Cardiovascular effects of ajmaline. American heart journal. vol 92. issue 4. 1976-11-01. PMID:961588. electrophysiologic studies in both anesthetized and conscious dogs demonstrated a significant depression of intraventricular conduction with no significant effect on av nodal conduction; ventricular automaticity was not affected. 1976-11-01 2023-08-11 Not clear
S Galbraith, W R Murray, A R Patel, R Knill-Jone. The relationship between alcohol and head injury and its effect on the conscious level. The British journal of surgery. vol 63. issue 2. 1976-06-02. PMID:1252711. depression of the conscious level occurred at blood alcohol levels aroung 200 mg/100 ml, but a significant number of patients in coma had a serious head injury. 1976-06-02 2023-08-11 Not clear
J C McGrath, J E MacKenzie, R A Milla. Circulatory responses to ketamine: dependence on respiratory pattern and background anaesthesia in the rabbit. British journal of anaesthesia. vol 47. issue 11. 1976-05-25. PMID:1218142. in rabbits which were initially conscious or lightly anaesthetized with pentobarbitone, ketamine respectively increased or did not change arterial pressure, whereas in mechanically ventilated animals there was prolonged depression of both pressure and pregangkioinic sympathetic activity. 1976-05-25 2023-08-11 rabbit
W J Lang, G A Lambert, M L Rus. The role of the central nervous system in the cardiovascular responses to yohimbine. Archives internationales de pharmacodynamie et de therapie. vol 217. issue 1. 1976-01-17. PMID:242288. in conscious cats intravenously administered yohimbine was depressor but intracerebroventricular administration in these animals caused a rise in blood pressure accompanied by behavioural depression. 1976-01-17 2023-08-11 dog
J P Buyniski, M E Bierwage. Comparative effects of kanamycin and amikacin on aortic blood pressure, cardiac rate and surface electrocardiogram in the conscious dog. Research communications in chemical pathology and pharmacology. vol 11. issue 2. 1975-11-06. PMID:1153876. these results indicate that in the conscious dog high plasma levels of kanamycin (64 mug/ml) and amikacin (78 mug/ml) were not associated with depression of systemic blood pressure. 1975-11-06 2023-08-11 dog
V Vignadndra, L T Ghee, J Chawl. EEG in brain abscess: its value in localization compared to other diagnostic tests. Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. vol 38. issue 6. 1975-10-21. PMID:50187. generalized abnormalities when present correlated with depression of consciousness rather than with the duration of illness or the presence of raised intracranial pressure. 1975-10-21 2023-08-11 Not clear
M Fulop, A Rosenblatt, S M Kreitzer, B Gerstenhabe. Hyperosmolar nature of diabetic coma. Diabetes. vol 24. issue 6. 1975-10-03. PMID:237799. it seems likely that depression of consciousness in patients with severely uncontrolled diabetes mellitus, if not due to a nonmetabolic disorder, such as acute stroke, is attributable to hyperosmolarity, whether or not ketoacidosis is present. 1975-10-03 2023-08-11 Not clear
F A Zaki, S K Liu, W J Ka. Calcifying aponeurotic fibroma in a dog. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. vol 166. issue 4. 1975-05-28. PMID:1116957. clinical signs included a head tilt to the left; gait ataxia; anisocoria, with a midly dilated left pupil; horizontal nystagmus, with the fast phase to the right; and a mild depression of the level of consciousness. 1975-05-28 2023-08-11 dog
C B Higgins, S F Vatner, D Franklin, E Braunwal. Extent of regulation of the heart's contractile state in the conscious dog by alteration in the frequency of contraction. The Journal of clinical investigation. vol 52. issue 5. 1973-06-25. PMID:4700491. in the conscious state after cardiac depression by propranolol, the maximum increases in peak dp/dt and dp/dt/p were 23 and 23%, respectively. 1973-06-25 2023-08-11 dog
C B Higgins, S F Vatner, D Franklin, E Braunwal. Extent of regulation of the heart's contractile state in the conscious dog by alteration in the frequency of contraction. The Journal of clinical investigation. vol 52. issue 5. 1973-06-25. PMID:4700491. thus, increasing the frequency of contraction of the normal heart of the conscious dog causes only a slight inotropic effect, but this effect is significantly greater in the presence of myocardial depression produced by anesthesia with pentobarbital na or in the conscious animal after a myocardial-depressing dose of propranolol. 1973-06-25 2023-08-11 dog
J D Morrison, W B Loan, J W Dunde. Controlled comparison of the efficacy of fourteen preparations in the relief of postoperative pain. British medical journal. vol 3. issue 5769. 1971-09-14. PMID:4934047. the method of assessment was designed to favour drugs which provided freedom from pain with minimum depression of consciousness. 1971-09-14 2023-08-11 Not clear
W A Cassell, P Hemingwa. Body consciousness in states of pharmacological depression and arousal. Neuropharmacology. vol 9. issue 2. 1970-06-11. PMID:4909638. body consciousness in states of pharmacological depression and arousal. 1970-06-11 2023-08-11 Not clear
R Kumar, W B Hood, J Joison, J C Norman, W H Abelman. Experimental myocardial infarction. II. Acute depression and subsequent recovery of left ventricular function: serial measurements in intact conscious dogs. The Journal of clinical investigation. vol 49. issue 1. 1970-02-05. PMID:5409808. acute depression and subsequent recovery of left ventricular function: serial measurements in intact conscious dogs. 1970-02-05 2023-08-11 Not clear
J H Eisele, D Trenchard, J Stubbs, A Gu. The immediate cardiac depression by anaesthetics in conscious dogs. British journal of anaesthesia. vol 41. issue 2. 1969-05-01. PMID:5774530. the immediate cardiac depression by anaesthetics in conscious dogs. 1969-05-01 2023-08-12 Not clear
G S Bennett, G M Edelma. Amino acid incorporation into rat brain proteins during spreading cortical depression. Science (New York, N.Y.). vol 163. issue 3865. 1969-02-28. PMID:5762776. unilateral spreading cortical depression was elicited by applying potassium chloride solutions to the dura of conscious, freely moving rats. 1969-02-28 2023-08-12 rat
G Mende. [Fatigue, nervous depression and unconscious suicide]. Revue de medecine psychosomatique et de psychologie medicale. vol 9. issue 2. 1968-10-03. PMID:4385953. [fatigue, nervous depression and unconscious suicide]. 1968-10-03 2023-08-11 Not clear