PMID: 5033Dec 1, 1975

Dopamine and shock. Preliminary clinical study of 7 cases

Annales de l'anesthésiologie française
F DuboulozG Nava

Abstract

Seven patients presenting a state of shock were treated with dopamine. The authors remark an undeniable effect on arterial pressure which rises again and on the diuresis.

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