Early physiologic changes in canine fecal peritonitis.


Oxygen delivery (DO2) and related variables were studied in eight dogs during severe untreated peritonitis induced by cecal ligation and perforation. The development of peritonitis was accompanied by abdominal fluid sequestration and significant increases in hemoglobin (Hgb), arterial oxygen content (CaO2), and P50. Changes in mixed venous PO2 (P-vO2… (More)


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@article{Jorge1985EarlyPC, title={Early physiologic changes in canine fecal peritonitis.}, author={Migue Jorge and Juan Jos{\'e} Poderoso and Ginna Narvaez and Nelson Silva and Cesar Biancolini and Carlos G Del Bosco and Fernando P{\'a}lizas and Diwakar Chada and Eduardo Quiroga}, journal={Critical care medicine}, year={1985}, volume={13 5}, pages={423-5} }