Low-dose dopamine for women with severe pre-eclampsia.

@article{Steyn2007LowdoseDF,
  title={Low-dose dopamine for women with severe pre-eclampsia.},
  author={D Wilhelm Steyn and Phillip E Steyn},
  journal={The Cochrane database of systematic reviews},
  year={2007},
  volume={1},
  pages={CD003515}
}
BACKGROUND Hypertensive disorders during pregnancy are important causes of maternal mortality and morbidity worldwide. The long-term outcome of surviving mothers will depend largely on whether intracranial haemorrhage or renal failure developed. Low-dose dopamine is used for the prevention and treatment of acute renal failure, but its role in the management of pregnant women with severe pre-eclampsia is unclear. OBJECTIVES To assess the effects of low-dose dopamine used for oliguria in severe… CONTINUE READING

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Randomised trials comparing low - dose dopamine ( dosages not higher than 5 microgram / kg / minute ) with either placebo or no dopamine in women with severe pre - eclampsia and acute renal failure , or who are considered to be at risk of acute renal failure .
Randomised trials comparing low - dose dopamine ( dosages not higher than 5 microgram / kg / minute ) with either placebo or no dopamine in women with severe pre - eclampsia and acute renal failure , or who are considered to be at risk of acute renal failure .
Randomised trials comparing low - dose dopamine ( dosages not higher than 5 microgram / kg / minute ) with either placebo or no dopamine in women with severe pre - eclampsia and acute renal failure , or who are considered to be at risk of acute renal failure .
Randomised trials comparing low - dose dopamine ( dosages not higher than 5 microgram / kg / minute ) with either placebo or no dopamine in women with severe pre - eclampsia and acute renal failure , or who are considered to be at risk of acute renal failure .
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