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- adj. Of, pertaining to or causing endotoxemia
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Organ blood flow and distribution of cardiac output in dopexamine - or dobutamine-treated endotoxemic rats.
Lund et. al. 160 documented improved tissue oxygenation in gut, liver, and skeletal muscle with dopexamine in septic rabbits in a dose-dependent manner. 161 Similarly, Cain and Curtis161,162 observed an increase in systemic oxygen delivery and oxygen consumption with dopexamine and suggested improved gut mucosal perfusion in endotoxemic dogs.
Dopexamine preserved blood pressure better than dobutamine, although no differences were noted in MAP between dopexamine and dopamine. 163 In contrast, however, Van Lambalgen et al. 163 observed no differences between dopexamine and dobutamine in organ perfusion in endotoxemic rats.
Critical O2 delivery to skeletal muscle at high and low PO2 in endotoxemic do 12.