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Low plasma concentrations of adrenaline and physiological tremor in man.
  1. I W Fellows,
  2. I A Macdonald,
  3. H J Wharrad,
  4. A T Birmingham

    Abstract

    Finger tremor was measured in six normal subjects during intravenous infusions of adrenaline (10 ngkg-1min-1 and 50 ngkg-1min-1) resulting in venous plasma adrenaline concentrations within the physiological range (0.77 +/- 0.08 and 2.28 +/- 0.18 nmoll-1). Tremor amplitude significantly increased after 15 and 25 minutes infusion at the higher dose of adrenaline. The lower dose of adrenaline increased tremor in three of the six subjects.

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