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The partition of uterine blood flow in the pregnant rabbit

The Journal of Physiology

Oct 1, 1969

Susan L Duncan

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1. In pregnant rabbits near term, cardiac output and its distribution were measured by injection of isotope-labelled microspheres into the left ventricle. Hypoxaemia (mean P(a,O2) 35 mm Hg) caused a reduction in placental and renal flows, while myometrial flow was unchanged and coronary...read more

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Sinus Node Artery
Microspheres
Gene Flow
Ceratophrys
Cardiac Output
Ovarian Carcinoma
Pregnant Women
Ovary
Neonatal Hypoxemia
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The partition of uterine blood flow in the pregnant rabbit

The Journal of Physiology

Oct 1, 1969

Susan L Duncan

PMID: 5824644

DOI: 10.1113/jphysiol.1969.sp008921

Abstract

1. In pregnant rabbits near term, cardiac output and its distribution were measured by injection of isotope-labelled microspheres into the left ventricle. Hypoxaemia (mean P(a,O2) 35 mm Hg) caused a reduction in placental and renal flows, while myometrial flow was unchanged and coronary...read more

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Sinus Node Artery
Microspheres
Gene Flow
Ceratophrys
Cardiac Output

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