Endotoxin Shock in Obstetrics

  • H. Graeff
  •  W. Kuhn
  • J. Zander


Septicemia and/or endotoxinemia by gram-negative bacteria exhibit a severe course in pregnancy and, in addition, are frequently complicated by pronounced in­travascular coagulation. They are mainly observed following intrauterine infections in early and late pregnancy.


Central Venous Pressure Late Pregnancy Intrauterine Infection Respiratory Alkalosis Endotoxin Shock 


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  • H. Graeff
  •  W. Kuhn
  • J. Zander

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