Published in Blood Weekly, March 30th, 2000
P. Rhee and colleagues performed a study to determine whether activated neutrophils are involved in secondary tissue injury after resuscitation in trauma ("Human neutrophil activation and increased adhesion by various resuscitation fluids," Critical Care Medicine, 2000;28(1):74-78).
"We hypothesized that human neutrophil activation and adhesion vary, depending on the type and amount of resuscitation fluid used," Rhee et al. wrote.
The study, performed at a...
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