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The excessive release of myoglobin following extensive skeletal muscle trauma, burns, and myopathies may result in renal dysfunction. Due to its molecular size, myoglobin is filtered through the glomerulus and is in part reabsorbed by the tubular system. intraluminal deposition of myoglobin following renal hypoperfusion and the impact of endogenous(More)
Normal enteral feeding cannot be maintained after trauma. Post-aggression metabolism or socalled "flow phase" usually results from hormonal changes, including rise in catecholamine and cortisole, drop in testosterone as well as T3 and T4, and relative hGH deficit. Glucose intolerance, increased demand for energy, and catabolism are the consequences along(More)
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