[Hypovolaemic shock due to increased capillary permeability (author's transl)].


In a 69-year-old man admitted to hospital for shock with symptoms suggesting acute cor pulmonale, laboratory tests showed low proteinaemia associated with haemoconcentration. Vascular filling led to recovery, but the condition relapsed 6 months later, heralded by weight increase, swelling of the face and profuse swelling; the patient again recovered. On… (More)


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