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Studies on fluid extravasation related to induced hypothermia during cardiopulmonary bypass in piglets
The aim of the present study was to characterize the distribution of the fluid given to maintain normovolemia and investigate the quantity and quality of the liquid extravasated during hypothermic compared to normothermic CPB.
Dynamic evaluation of fluid shifts during normothermic and hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass in piglets
This work used an online technique to determine fluid shifts between the intravascular and the interstitial space during normothermic and hypothermic CPB.
A model of fluid and solute exchange in the human: validation and implications.
The model was used both to investigate mechanisms associated with the redistribution and transport of fluid and solutes administered following a mild haemorrhage and to speculate on the relationship between the timing and amount of fluid infusions and subsequent blood volume expansion.
Alpha-Trinositol inhibits edema generation and albumin extravasation in thermally injured skin.
Compared with placebo, alpha-trinositol reduced TTW and Ealb as well as the increased negatively of Pif in injured tissue significantly, and the effect on EAlb was most prominent.
A low molecular weight heparin (KABI 2165) for prophylaxis of postoperative deep venous thrombosis.
In the LMW-heparin group, the anti-Xa levels measured during operation showed considerable variation, the higher activities (greater than 0.30 U/ml) being nonsignificantly associated with increased blood loss, and studies with lower doses of LMW - heparin are recommended.
Fluid extravasation during cardiopulmonary bypass in piglets – effects of hypothermia and different cooling protocols
It is evaluated how hypothermia and different cooling strategies influenced the fluid extravasation rate during CPB.
Microvascular fluid exchange following thermal skin injury in the rat: changes in extravascular colloid osmotic pressure, albumin mass, and water content.
Microvascular fluid exchange was studied in rats subjected to 0, 10, and 40% body surface area (BSA) full-thickness cutaneous burns without providing fluid substitution. The total amounts of water