Maximal hydration during anesthesia increases pulmonary arterial pressures and improves early function of human renal transplants.

@article{Carlier1982MaximalHD,
  title={Maximal hydration during anesthesia increases pulmonary arterial pressures and improves early function of human renal transplants.},
  author={Marianne Carlier and J. P. Squifflet and Yves Pirson and B. F. Gribomont and G. P. J. Alexandre},
  journal={Transplantation},
  year={1982},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={201-4}
}
The recipient's hemodynamic condition during anesthesia for renal transplantation has a major influence on the early diuresis of the graft. The effect of maximal hydration during operation was studied in a series of 120 primary human cadaver kidney transplantations performed under peroperative monitoring of the pulmonary arterial pressures (PAPs). The PAPs levels before and at the time of clamp release were correlated with the frequency of postoperative acute tubular necrosis (ATN). The 120… CONTINUE READING

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