Abdullaev RA, Guseĭnov DIa.
Farmakol Toksikol. 1977 Mar-Apr;40(2):173-4.In concentration of 1:50 000, 1:25 000 and 1:1000 lanthanum sulphate is shown to reduce and in that of 1:100 -- to increase the amount of perfusion fluid from the vessels of an isolated and arrested rabbit heart. In doses of 20--40 mg/kg introduced intravenously it tended to increase the coronary circulation rate, this being attended by an insignificant fall of the arterial pressure. In these doses the compound did not change significantly the heart rate, but prevented the development of pituitrin-induced cardiac disorders in rabbits.