Alterations in circulating vasoactive substances in the critically ill —a comparison between survivors and non-survivors

@article{Boldt1995AlterationsIC,
  title={Alterations in circulating vasoactive substances in the critically ill —a comparison between survivors and non-survivors},
  author={Joachim Boldt and Thilo Menges and Diane M. Kuhn and C. Diridis and Gunter Hempelmann},
  journal={Intensive Care Medicine},
  year={1995},
  volume={21},
  pages={218-225}
}
Regulation of circulatory homeostasis is based on several factors including various circulating vasoactive substances. Whether these regulators differ between survivors and non-survivors was investigated in critically ill patients. Prospective study. Clinical investigation on a surgical intensive care unit of an university hospital. 60 consecutive patients suffering from trauma (n=21) or postoperative complications (n=39) were studied prospectively. The patients were divided into survivors (n… CONTINUE READING
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