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October 1963: Medicina Clínica
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1952: Rendiconti—Istituto Superiore di Sanità
T Chimura
The effects of prostacyclin (PGI2) on the uterine muscle of pregnant rats were studied in terms of uterine contraction and the variation in cyclic nucleotides. The following results were obtained: The administration of PGI2 stimulated the pregnant uterine muscle (in vitro). The oxytocic potency of PGE1-analog (ONO-802) was greatest, followed in order by that of PGF2 alpha and PGI2. The effect of 5-lypoxygenase inhibitor (AA-861) on uterine contraction was greatest under the administration of LTC4, followed in order by PGI2, oxytocin, PGF2 alpha, LTD4 and ONO-802...
October 1986: Nihon Sanka Fujinka Gakkai Zasshi
G Durand, J L Viala, Y Jullien, J Nicolas, F D'Athis
A review of the effects during labour of epidural analgesia on dilatation, expulsion and delivery of the placenta. Uncertainties in knowledge of the precise organisation of uterine innervation and of the intrinsic innervation of the organ render the study of changes in uterine contraction and in cervical resistances difficult. At circulating levels higher than those found in clinical practice, local anaesthetics have a definite oxytocic e-fect, local anaesthetics have a definite oxytoci effect, whilst adrenalin is a powerfult tocolytic...
1978: Annales de L'anesthésiologie Française
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