Table 3: Influence of virgin olive oil, linseed oil, and super lecithin (lecithin) on changes of perfusion pressure (in mmHg) induced by NE, and on the D50NE.

GroupChanges of perfusion pressure (in mmHg) in response to NE at dose of:D50NE (μg)
0.01 μg0.1 μg0.5 μg1.0 μg3.0 μg5.0 μg

Control
()
13.0 ± 10.344.0 ± 24.476.3 ± 48.580.5 ± 49.289.5 ± 56.390.4 ± 49.80.20 ± 0.18
Olive oil
()
20.3 ± 27.034.2 ± 19.979.7 ± 35.889.7 ± 43.996.2 ± 41.796.3 ± 49.3
Linseed oil
()
15.4 ± 11.834.2 ± 11.857.7 ± 19.966.5 ± 20.769.1 ± 23.372.1 ± 27.7
Lecithin
()
12.2 ± 12.5

Pb
()
24.0 ± 25.335.1 ± 25.467.0 ± 27.480.2 ± 34.989.9 ± 42.795.4 ± 43.20.34 ± 0.21
Pb + olive oil
()
30.0 ± 30.245.1 ± 37.384.1 ± 42.489.5 ± 44.9100.9 ± 44.5109.4 ± 53.00.28 ± 0.21
Pb + linseed oil
()
10.7 ± 12.830.4 ± 16.359.9 ± 30.968.8 ± 36.768.7 ± 33.888.1 ± 62.80.32 ± 0.21
Pb + lecithin
()
8.83 ± 3.7124.7 ± 7.6150.4 ± 12.768.5 ± 13.575.3 ± 16.878.0 ± 15.90.40 ± 0.18

Results are presented as mean ± SD. Differences statistically significant: ; in comparison to untreated rats.