Effects of dopamine on renal haemodynamics tubular function and sodium excretion in normal humans.

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The renal functional changes following infusion of dopamine are well documented. The most pronounced effect is the increase in renal blood flow and a marked natriuretic response. Due to its specific renal effects, dopamine has become one of the most frequently used drugs in the treatment of critically ill patients with low cardiac output states and/or acute… (More)

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