No Involvement of Antidiuretic Hormone in Acute Antidiuresis During PEEP Ventilation in Humans

@inproceedings{Payen1987NoIO,
  title={No Involvement of Antidiuretic Hormone in Acute Antidiuresis During PEEP Ventilation in Humans},
  author={Didier Payen and Dominique Farge and Sadek B{\'e}loucif and Françoise Leviel and J. E. de La Coussaye and P. Carll and V. Wirquin},
  year={1987}
}
Deerased urinary output (u ml/min) after institution of PEEP is attributed to a variety of mechanisms including decreased cardiac output and renal blood flow (RBF), activation of neurohormonal reflexes, increased catecholamines, plasma renin activity (PRA), and antidiuretic hormone (ADH) release. To 

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