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Acute intravenous cocaine causes transient depression followed by enhanced left ventricular function in conscious dogs.

Acute intravenous cocaine causes transient depression followed by enhanced left ventricular function in conscious dogs. Circulation. 1993 May; 87(5):1687-97.

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