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Labetalol in the treatment of hypertension of pregnancy clinical effects and interactions with plasma renin and dopamine beta hydroxylase activities and with plasma concentrations of catecholamine



Labetalol in the treatment of hypertension of pregnancy clinical effects and interactions with plasma renin and dopamine beta hydroxylase activities and with plasma concentrations of catecholamine



Kidney International 17(5): 701




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