Published in Blood Weekly, February 2nd, 2006
"Several controlled, experimental, hypotensive models of hemorrhagic shock have evaluated the effects of timing, rate, and types of fluid replacement," wrote E.L.A. Ferreira and colleagues, Universidade Estadual de Campinas.
"In a near-fatal experimental model we evaluated the hemodynamic and metabolic effects of two types of solutions for fluid resuscitation," the investigators report.
"In this study, " the authors explained, "30 young Large-White pigs were randomly assigned to three groups: Group I (control, n=10), not bled; Group II (hydroxyethyl...
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