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Physiologische Aspekte der uteroplazentaren Durchblutung

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Dieses einleitende Referat soll die Besonderheiten des uteroplazentaren Strombahnsystems beschreiben, die bestimmenden Größen der uteroplazentaren Durchblutung (die treibende Druckdifferenz und die Strömungswiderstände) darstellen und die Angriffspunkte der β-Mimetika aufzeigen.

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