[The change of intestinal microcirculation blood flow and its relationship with bacterial translocation in burned rats receiving delayed fluid resuscitation].

Abstract

OBJECTIVE To investigate the change of intestinal microcirculation blood flow and its relationship with bacterial translocation in burned rats receiving delayed fluid resuscitation. METHODS Twenty-four Wistar rats inflicted by 30% TBSA III degree followed by delayed fluid resuscitation were taken as the model. The rats were randomly divided into four… (More)

Topics

Cite this paper

@article{Chen2000TheCO, title={[The change of intestinal microcirculation blood flow and its relationship with bacterial translocation in burned rats receiving delayed fluid resuscitation].}, author={J Chen and G. Xiao and J. Yuan}, journal={Zhonghua shao shang za zhi = Zhonghua shaoshang zazhi = Chinese journal of burns}, year={2000}, volume={16 2}, pages={82-4} }