Is survival time after hemorrhage a heritable, quantitative trait?: an initial assessment.

@article{Klemcke2008IsST,
  title={Is survival time after hemorrhage a heritable, quantitative trait?: an initial assessment.},
  author={Harold G. Klemcke and David G. Baer and V. Shane Pankratz and Ashley Cox and Douglas S Cortez and Michael R. Garrett and Bina Joe and Kathy L. Ryan},
  journal={Shock},
  year={2008},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={748-53}
}
Enhancing survival to hemorrhage of both civilian and military patients is a major emphasis for trauma research. Previous observations in humans and outbred rats show differential survival to similar levels of hemorrhage. In an initial attempt to determine potential genetic components of such differential outcomes, survival time after a controlled hemorrhage was measured in 15 inbred strains of rats. Anesthetized rats were catheterized, and approximately 24 h later, 55% of the calculated blood… CONTINUE READING
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