The blood pressure in arteries entering the placentae of guinea pigs, rats, rabbits, and sheep

@article{Moll2004TheBP,
  title={The blood pressure in arteries entering the placentae of guinea pigs, rats, rabbits, and sheep},
  author={Waldemar Moll and Wolfgang W F K{\"u}nzel},
  journal={Pfl{\"u}gers Archiv},
  year={2004},
  volume={338},
  pages={125-131}
}
SummaryThe blood pressure in arteries entering the placenta-the preplacental pressure-was measured in guinea pigs, rats and rabbits which have hemochorial placentae and in sheep which have an epitheliochorial placenta.It was found that in pregnant guinea pigs, pregnant rats and pregnant rabbits the preplacental blood pressure was 12 (SD=3), 14 (SD=1) and 8 (SD=2) Torr respectively. In pregnant sheep, however, the preplacental blood pressure was 84 (SD=9) Torr.The central arterial pressure was… Expand
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