Differential preoperative preparation of pregnant women with gestosis, by using calcium antagonists is an effective preventive measure against a circulatory hyperdynamic response to transportation to the operating suite. In pregnant women who had all hemodynamic types at baseline, the eukinetic type achieved during the preparation is retained. The patients with gestosis who did not receive calcium antagonists were found to have a circulatory hyperdynamic response with increased myocardial oxygen uptake (during surgery in particular). The use of calcium antagonists, ketonal, tranexamic acid, and hydroxyethyl starch-130/04 solution in the anesthetic appliance promoted the preservation of eukinetic hemodynamics in all those operated on, without increasing myocardial oxygen demands. The better reaction of the circulatory system and myocardial oxygen demands to surgical injury (the second mediatory wave of the systemic inflammatory response syndrome) correlated with higher neonatal Apgar scores in this category of puerperas with gestosis.