V. B. Troitskii

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Up to the present t ime the changes in the functional status of the heart during the development of burn shock have been studied very l i t t l e . The functional insufficiency of the heart in burn shock, with corresponding EKGchanges, according to a number of investigators are connected with the disruption of the coronary blood circulat ion [1, 2, 3, 6, 8,(More)
Fig. i. Values of rO2, Q, and (A -V)O2 before and after replacement of lost blood by PFC emulsions (n = 5) and PSS (n = 5). i) Initial data, 2, 3, 4, 5) 10-15 min and i, 2, and 4 h respectively after replacement of lost blood. Broken line and shaded columns denote PSS, continuous line and unshaded columns -PFC emulsion. Asterisk indicates results differing(More)