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Induction of preovulatory luteinizing hormone surge and prevention of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome by gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist.
Heart rate and blood pressure responses to umbilical cord compression in fetal lambs with special reference to the mechanism of variable deceleration.
- J. Itskovitz, E. Lagamma, A. Rudolph
- MedicineAmerican journal of obstetrics and gynecology
- 1 June 1984
FHR responses to cord compression are dependent on the actual percentage of reduction in umbilical blood flow and on its duration; this occurred in the face of a significant acidosis.
Changes in uterine blood flow during human pregnancy.
Effects of cord compression on fetal blood flow distribution and O2 delivery.
Cord compression modified the distribution of cardiac output and the patterns of venous returns in the fetus, and this pattern of circulatory response differs from that observed with other causes of reduced O2 delivery.
The effect of reducing umbilical blood flow on fetal oxygenation.
Hepatic oxygen and glucose metabolism in the fetal lamb. Response to hypoxia.
- J. Bristow, A. Rudolph, J. Itskovitz, R. Barnes
- Medicine, BiologyThe Journal of clinical investigation
- 1 May 1983
It is concluded that the fetal liver responds to acute hypoxia by reducing its own oxygen consumption and releasing glucose to facilitate anaerobic metabolism.
Plasma prorenin response to human chorionic gonadotropin in ovarian-hyperstimulated women: correlation with the number of ovarian follicles and steroid hormone concentrations.
- J. Itskovitz, J. Sealey, N. Glorioso, Z. Rosenwaks
- Medicine, BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1 October 1987
It is demonstrated that plasma prorenin increases markedly after administration of hCG and that the rise is directly related to the number of ovarian follicles and to plasma estrogen and progesterone levels and the findings suggest thatprorenin is produced by the mature ovarian follicle and by the corpus luteum in response to gonadotropin stimulation.
Heart rate and blood pressure responses to umbilical cord compression in fetal lambs with special reference to the mechanism of variable deceleration
Differentiation In Vivo of Cardiac Committed Human Embryonic Stem Cells in Postmyocardial Infarcted Rats
The ability of cardiac‐specified HES cells to differentiate along the cardiomyogenic pathway following transplantation into infarcted myocardium raises the hope that these cells might become effective candidates for myocardial regeneration.
Denervation of arterial chemoreceptors and baroreceptors in fetal lambs in utero.
Results indicate that the baroreflex and chemoreflex can be elicited in utero and eliminated by the method described, and allow the study of the role of the arterial chemoreceptors and baroreceptors in normal fetal cardiovascular regulation and in fetal responses to stress.