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What is dopamine?
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Dr. Scott Mackinnon
Anesthesiology
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In brief: Dopamine
Dopamine is a naturally produced compound synthesized in the adrenal medulla.
It has many functions, including neurotransmission, cardiovascular maintenance, and it has effects on kidney blood flow. It is sometimes administered by a physician in situations where a person is critically ill and is needed for cardiovascular support.

In brief: Dopamine
Dopamine is a naturally produced compound synthesized in the adrenal medulla.
It has many functions, including neurotransmission, cardiovascular maintenance, and it has effects on kidney blood flow. It is sometimes administered by a physician in situations where a person is critically ill and is needed for cardiovascular support.
Dr. Scott Mackinnon
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In brief: A neurotransmitter
Dopamine is a chemical that is used for a number of things: from the brain, to being used to help support blood pressure.

In brief: A neurotransmitter
Dopamine is a chemical that is used for a number of things: from the brain, to being used to help support blood pressure.
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