1. Am J Physiol. 1983 Nov;245(5 Pt 1):R720-9. Maternal blood volume and cardiac output during pregnancy: a hypothesis of endocrinologic control.
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Nutrition and Blood Volume Work Together for a Healthy Pregnancy. The following is a revised version of a nutrition pamphlet titled "The Brewer Pregnancy Diet," by ...