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Table 5 Shock from other etiologies

From: The effect of angiotensin II on blood pressure in patients with circulatory shock: a structured review of the literature

Author (year) Number of cases SBP ↑ (mmHg) MAP ↑ (mmHg) Dose range
Del Greco (1961) [25] 11 61.8   0.8–130.0 mcg/min
Nassif (1963) [34] 6 129.2   25–1500 mcg bolus, 8.6–68.0 mcg/min
Wedeen (1963) [35] a 115.0   2–18 mcg/min
Udhoji (1964) [26] b   17.5 c
Cohn (1965) [27] 22   22.1 0.3–60.0 mcg/min
Wallace (1967) [29] 7   22.9 0.75–3 mcg/min
Sorensen (1986) [32] 8 e   c
Moore (1989) [33] 9 f   30 ng/kg/min
Thacker (1990) 2   27.5 6–7 mcg/min
Jackson (1993) [20] 1 d   3–18 mcg/min
Newby (1995) [22] 1 30.0   0.8–2.2 mcg/min
Tovar (1997) [23] 1 50.0   5–15 mcg/min
Eyraud (1998) [30] 14 74.0   2.5 mcg bolus
Total 90 80.0g 12.0g  
  1. SBP systolic blood pressure, MAP mean arterial pressure
  2. aTwo patients with complete data. One with no data was a nonresponder
  3. bIncludes only two patients with data
  4. cData unavailable
  5. dFrom 50 mmHg to >100 mmHg
  6. eFrom BP of 76/48 to DBP of >68
  7. f20 mmHg increase from average SBP of 81.7 mmHg
  8. gWeighted averages