First Published in 1989, this two-volume set offers a full insight into membrane abnormalities during a state of hypertension. Carefully compiled and filled with diagrams, references and information this set is recommended for students of medicine and other professionals in their respective fields.
Table of Contents
1. Electrophysical Properties of Vascular Smooth Muscle in Hypertension. 2. Alterations of Sodium Transport in Vascular Smooth Muscle in Hypertension. 3. Sodium and Calcium Metabolism in Resistance Vessels in Hypertension. 4. Sodium: Calcium Exchange and Hypertension. 5. Development of the Calcium-Membrane Theory of Essential Hypertension. 6. Abnormalities of Vascular Muscle Membranes in Hypertension with Special Reference to Calcium Handling. 7. Ca²⁺Movements in Vascular Smooth Muscle and Their Alterations in Hypertension. Index.
1. Pathophysiological Changes of the membrane System of the Arterial Smooth Muscle Cells. 2. Adrenoreceptors and Their Alterations in Hypertension. 3. Receptors for Angiotensin II and Atrial Peptide in Hypertension. 4. Alterations of Cardiac Muscle Membranes in Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus. 5. Intestinal Epithelial Calcium Transport in Hypertension. 6. Cation Transport in Blood Cells from Chinese Patients with Essential Hypertension. 7. Pathophysiological Aspects for the Effect of Calcium Antagonists in the Treatment of Hypertension. Index.