Cardiovascular responses to circulating catecholamines in normal pregnancy and in pregnancy-induced hypertension.

Abstract

Patients with pregnancy-induced hypertension (PIH) and healthy pregnant and non-pregnant women were compared with regard to cardiovascular responses to i.v. infusions of noradrenaline (NA) and adrenaline (ADR). This resulted in physiologically relevant concentrations in arterial plasma (maximally 10 nmol/litre for NA and 6 nmol/litre for ADR). Non-pregnant… (More)

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@article{Nisell1985CardiovascularRT, title={Cardiovascular responses to circulating catecholamines in normal pregnancy and in pregnancy-induced hypertension.}, author={Henry Nisell and Paul Hjemdahl and Brittany Linde}, journal={Clinical physiology}, year={1985}, volume={5 5}, pages={479-93} }