[The place for using erythrocyte substitutes in hemodilution: fluosol-DA and polymerized pyridoxylated hemoglobin].

In conditions of limited haemodilution (haematocrit 0.25), an improvement in the rheological properties of blood and an increase in cardiac output allow increased perfusion of capillaries and maintenance of tissue oxygenation so long as normal circulating volume is maintained. However, some authors have suggested that blood substitutes enabling oxygen… CONTINUE READING