A model of hemorrhagic shock and acute lung injury in Landrace-Large White Swine.

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Traumatic injury is a leading cause of death worldwide for people between 5 and 44 y of age, and it accounts for 10% of all deaths. The incidence of acute lung injury, a life-threatening complication in severely injured trauma patients remains between 30% and 50%. This study describes an experimental protocol of volume-controlled hemorrhage in Landrace… (More)

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@article{Xanthos2011AMO, title={A model of hemorrhagic shock and acute lung injury in Landrace-Large White Swine.}, author={Theodoros Xanthos and Xanthippi A Balkamou and Kostantinos I Stroumpoulis and Ioannis Pantazopoulos and Georgios I Rokas and Georgios D Agrogiannis and Georgios T Troupis and Theano D. Demestiha and Panagiotis N. Skandalakis}, journal={Comparative medicine}, year={2011}, volume={61 2}, pages={158-62} }