Initial assessment on the impact of crystalloids versus colloids during damage control resuscitation.

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BACKGROUND High ratios of fresh frozen plasma:packed red blood cells in damage control resuscitation (DCR) are associated with increased survival. The impact of volume and type of resuscitative fluid used during high ratio transfusion has not been analyzed. We hypothesize a difference in outcomes based on the type and quantity of resuscitative fluid used in… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jss.2013.05.086

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@article{Guidry2013InitialAO, title={Initial assessment on the impact of crystalloids versus colloids during damage control resuscitation.}, author={Chrissy Guidry and Elizabeth M Gleeson and Eric R. Simms and Lance E Stuke and Peter Meade and Norman E Mcswain and Juan Carlos Duchesne}, journal={The Journal of surgical research}, year={2013}, volume={185 1}, pages={294-9} }