Intraoperative fluid therapy

  title={Intraoperative fluid therapy},
  author={L. M. Thor{\'e}n and L. -M. Wiklund},
  journal={World Journal of Surgery},
The principles for intravenous administration of water, carbohydrates, and electrolytes during operations in adults, who were considered to be “in balance” prior to surgery, are detailed. The problem of blood replacement is likewise surveyed, with a view to coordinating these 2 clinical areas. A practical fluid therapy program is presented. Les principes qui règlent l'injection intraveineuse d'eau, d'hydrates de carbone et d'électrolytes chez les adultes (en état d'équilibre normal) au cours… CONTINUE READING

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