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Chronic hypoxia increases fetoplacental vascular resistance and vasoconstrictor reactivity in the rat
American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology
Jakoubek V, Bíbová J, Herget J, Hampl V. Chronic hypoxia increases fetoplacental vascular resistance and vasoconstrictor reactivity in the rat. An increase in fetoplacental vascular resistance caused by hypoxia is considered one of the key factors of placental hypoperfusion and fetal undernutrition leading to intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR), one of the serious problems in current neonatology. However, although acute hypoxia has been shown to cause fetoplacental vasoconstriction, thedoi:10.1152/ajpheart.01120.2007 pmid:18310520 fatcat:zmuv4iwgineqxj7m3divaaqyh4