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1946 16
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1948 35
1949 23
1950 30
1951 33
1952 33
1953 56
1954 74
1955 72
1956 88
1957 81
1958 88
1959 57
1960 45
1961 46
1962 47
1963 54
1964 89
1965 84
1966 88
1967 124
1968 151
1969 159
1970 134
1971 153
1972 136
1973 122
1974 160
1975 95
1976 114
1977 68
1978 80
1979 83
1980 82
1981 56
1982 60
1983 59
1984 75
1985 80
1986 82
1987 73
1988 85
1989 152
1990 140
1991 180
1992 229
1993 211
1994 215
1995 452
1996 608
1997 704
1998 687
1999 750
2000 731
2001 769
2002 713
2003 720
2004 767
2005 695
2006 764
2007 724
2008 736
2009 679
2010 674
2011 610
2012 651
2013 628
2014 584
2015 481
2016 535
2017 573
2018 485
2019 248
2020 4
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A global perspective on vasoactive agents in shock.
Annane D, et al. Intensive Care Med 2018 - Review. PMID 29868972 Free article.
Catecholamines are the most commonly used vasoactive agents in the intensive care unit, and among them norepinephrine is the first-line therapy in most clinical conditions. ...Thus, these agents require precise therapeutic targets, close monitoring with titration to the minimal efficacious dose and should be weaned as promptly as possible. ...
Catecholamines are the most commonly used vasoactive agents in the intensive care unit, and among them norepinephrine is the first-li …
Hepatorenal syndrome
Ginès P, et al. Nat Rev Dis Primers 2018 - Review. PMID 30213943
Pathogenetic mechanisms involve disturbances in circulatory function due to a marked splanchnic arterial vasodilation, which triggers the activation of vasoconstrictor factors. ...Medical therapy consists of vasoconstrictor drugs to counteract splanchnic arterial vasodilation together with volume expansion with albumin. ...
Pathogenetic mechanisms involve disturbances in circulatory function due to a marked splanchnic arterial vasodilation, which triggers the ac …
Sepsis in pregnancy and the puerperium
Burlinson CEG, et al. Int J Obstet Anesth 2018 - Review. PMID 29921485
Shock - Classification and Pathophysiological Principles of Therapeutics
Kislitsina ON, et al. Curr Cardiol Rev 2019 - Review. PMID 30543176 Free PMC article.
The treatment of shock includes the administration of endogenous catecholamines (epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine) as well as various vasopressor agents that have shown efficacy in the treatment of the various types of shock. ...Recently, experimental studies have suggested that newer agents such as vasopressin, selepressin, calcium-sensitizing agents like levosimendan, cardiac-specific myosin activators like omecamtiv mecarbil (OM), istaroxime, and natriuretic peptides like nesiritide can enhance shock therapy, especially when shock presents a more complex clinical picture than normal. ...
The treatment of shock includes the administration of endogenous catecholamines (epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine) as well as vario …
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