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Changes in endolymph chloride concentration following furosemide injection.

Endocochlear potential (EP) and chloride concentration in endolymph were monitored with microelectrodes in the basal turn of the cochlea of the chinchilla. After intravenous injection of furosemide (25-100 mg/kg), the EP dropped precipitously and rapidly reached its minimum value, however, the chloride activity in endolymph decreased more gradually. Possible mechanisms for this phenomenon include a reduced electrostatic attraction of chloride ions to the scala media due to a decreased EP and a reduction of passive influx of chloride into endolymph, resulting from a reduction of active inward potassium transport by furosemide.[1]


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