Following are Research Articles associated with keyword Verapamil
Najma Shaheen, Tabassum Mahboob Antihypertensive and metabolic effects of Verapamil: role of Na-K-Atpase and electrolytes homeostasis in male and female rats. Pak J Pharm Sci Jul - Jul 2004;17(2):1-11.
Muhammad Jan, Muhammad Azhar Mughal, Ramesh Kumar Tanwani, Kausar Aamir, Mehar Ali Evaluation of combined effect of Verapamil and Ranitidine on the volume and acidity of Carbachol induced gastric secretion. J Ayub Med Coll Abottabad Apr - Jun 2004;16(2):34-7.
Irshad Ali, Ikram Ullah Khan, Musa Kaleem Baloch, Ghulam Mustafa Comparative Lipid profile studies in Cardiac and Diabetic conditions. Pak J Pharm Sci Jan - Jan 2004;17(1):25-30.
Ijaz Ahmad, Qaiser Shafique Myocardial Infarction under age 40: Risk factors and Coronary Arteriographic findings. Ann King Edward Med Uni Oct - Dec 2003;9(4):262-5.
Munawar Alam Ansari, Mehar Ali Calcium Channel blocker Verapamil: A non Opioid treatment for Acute Opioid Abstinence Syndrome. Pak J Med Sci Jul - Sep 2003;19(3):173-7.
Aamir Ghafoor Khan, Michael Lucas Enhanced intestinal absorption of Carcinogens of dietary origin in patients with Gastrointestinal disease and in patients receiving Calcium Channel Blockers. J Postgrad Med Inst Apr - Jun 2002;16(2):121-4.
Muhammad Arif, Kausar Amir, Dhanani Mehar Ali, Asma Hidayat, Ahmad Hussain The role of Verapamil in treatment of Acute Opioid Abstinence Syndrome. J Coll Physicians Surg Pak Apr 2002;12(4):243-6.
Mehnaz Atiq Therapeutic approach to paediatric Paroxysmal Supraventricular Tachycardia. Pak Paed Cardiol J Dec 2000;2(1-2):18-22.
Ghazala Nishat, Nasreen Javaid, Farooq Javaid Effects of Calcium Channel Blockers on Serum Lipids Profile of Hypertensive Subjects. Ann King Edward Med Uni Oct - Dec 1999;5(3,4):240-1.
Syed Zahed Rasheed, Abdus Samad Exercise Stress Test early after acute Myocardial Infarction: predictive value for subsequent development of Congestive Cardiac Failure. Pak J Cardiol Sep 1999;10(2-3):41-6.
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