Excessive fluid administration in resuscitating baboons from hemorrhagic shock, and an assessment of the thermodye technic for measuring extravascular lung water.

@article{Holcroft1978ExcessiveFA,
  title={Excessive fluid administration in resuscitating baboons from hemorrhagic shock, and an assessment of the thermodye technic for measuring extravascular lung water.},
  author={James W. Holcroft and Donald D. Trunkey and Martha A. Carpenter},
  journal={American journal of surgery},
  year={1978},
  volume={135 3},
  pages={
          412-6
        }
}
Abstract The effects of fluid overloading in normal baboons and in baboons subjected to hemorrhagic shock are discussed in the first part of the present report. As expected, the overloaded animals developed pulmonary edema. They derived no benefit from overloading —in particular, their cardiac output did not significantly increase, and their clinical response to resuscitation did not improve with the overloading. Central venous pressures correlated well with wedge pressures, but both central… CONTINUE READING

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