Haemodynamic changes and vasopressin release are not consistently associated with carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum in humans.

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BACKGROUND Conflicting haemodynamic changes, suggested to be caused by vasopressin release, have been reported during carbon dioxide (CO2) pneumoperitoneum. However, peritoneal stimulations including open surgery cause both a systemic vasopressor response and a vasopressin release, which are suppressed by opiate administration. Also, a decreased venous… (More)

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