Intravenous Fluid Challenge Decreases Intracellular Volume: A Bioimpedance Spectroscopy-Based Crossover Study in Healthy Volunteers

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The effects of intravenous fluid therapy on fluid compartments and hemodynamics of the human body remain enigmatic. We therefore tested the efficacy of bioimpedance spectroscopy in a crossover study, where 15 males received 0.5 ml/kg/min ELO-MEL-isoton (osmolarity = 302 mosmol/l) during 60 minutes, or nothing at all. In group "Fluid", fluid load increased… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-09433-5

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@inproceedings{Ernstbrunner2017IntravenousFC, title={Intravenous Fluid Challenge Decreases Intracellular Volume: A Bioimpedance Spectroscopy-Based Crossover Study in Healthy Volunteers}, author={Matth{\"a}us Ernstbrunner and Barbara Kabon and Oliver Zotti and Markus Alexander Zeitlinger and Carolin Berner and Georg Hinterholzer and Marcus D. S{\"a}emann and Florian Frommlet and Edith Fleischmann and Manfred Hecking}, booktitle={Scientific reports}, year={2017} }