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S. Е. Serdyuk, V. Е. Gmiro. PERIPHERAL ACTING MEDIATORS PAIN AND ANALGESIA POTENTIATE THE CENTRAL ANALGESIC ACTION OF FENTANYL AND DIPYRONE. Institute of Experimental Medicine of RAMS, 197376, St. Petersburg. Acad. Pavlov St., 12, Russia, e-mail: gmiro2119@gmail.com.

Intramuscular (i.m.) administration of the central analgesics fentanyl and dipyrone, and also mediators of pain such as L-glutamate, CCK, ATP, phenylephine and analgesic mediator ade¬nosine, slightly penetrating in CNS, in the minimum effective dose (MED) cause the maximal analgesic effect in the tail flick test in rats. MED of dipyrone and fentanyl are decreased 50—220-fold after combined i.m. administration of each analgesic with L-glutamate, CCK, adenosine, ATP and phenylephrine in threshold, independently noneffective doses. The intragastric administration of lidocaine and also subdiaphragmatic vagotomy completely eliminate analgesic effects of the above mentioned combinations. Conclusion: the peripherically acting mediators of pain and analgesia after systemic administration potentiate central analgesic action of fentanyl and dipyrone as a result of the stimulation of vagal afferents of gastric mucosa.

Key words', adenosine, phenylephrine, fentanyl, dipyrone, vagus.

RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY. V. 98. N 3. P. 325—330. 2012