PMID: 36821Jul 1, 1979

Dopamine treatment of spinal hypotension decreases uterine blood flow in the pregnant ewe

Anesthesiology
S H RolbinR G Wright

Abstract

In seven pregnant ewes, 3--5 min of hypotension resulting from spinal anesthesia decreased uterine blood flow 17 per cent. Dopamine, in doses sufficient to maintain blood pressure at control values (20--40 micrgram/kg/min) for 3--5 min, further decreased uterine blood flow to 56 per cent less than control and increased uterine vascular resistance to 50 per cent more than control. Following 30 min of hypotension, 30 min of dopamine administration in doses sufficient to restore blood pressure to control values (5--20 microgram/kg/min) similarly decreased uterine blood flow to 29 per cent less than control and increased uterine vascular resistance to 35 per cent more than control.

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