Terbutaline prevents circulatory failure and mitigates mortality in rodents with endotoxemia.

Abstract

Septic shock is characterized by a decrease in systemic vascular resistance. Nevertheless, regional increases in vascular resistance can occur that may predispose mammals to organ dysfunction, including the acute respiratory distress syndrome. In the host infected by endotoxin (lipopolysaccharide, LPS), the expression and release of proinflammatory tumor… (More)

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@article{Wu2000TerbutalinePC, title={Terbutaline prevents circulatory failure and mitigates mortality in rodents with endotoxemia.}, author={C C Wu and M.-H. Liao and S Chen and T C Chou and Amy Chen and Mao H Yen}, journal={Shock}, year={2000}, volume={14 1}, pages={60-7} }