Pressor responses to brain dopaminergic stimulation.

  title={Pressor responses to brain dopaminergic stimulation.},
  author={Maarten van den Buuse},
  journal={Clinical and experimental pharmacology & physiology},
  volume={24 9-10},
1. Systemic administration of a dopamine D2 receptor agonist, such as quinpirole, causes a centrally mediated rise in blood pressure (BP) with a maximum at 1-2 min after injection. At 30 min after injection, when BP has returned to baseline, further treatment with these drugs has little effect on BP. Moreover, the antihypertensive effects of sympathoinhibitory drugs, such as clonidine and rilmenidine, is markedly inhibited. Increased circulating levels of vasopressin contribute to the initial… CONTINUE READING
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