No involvement of antidiuretic hormone in acute antidiuresis during PEEP ventilation in humans.

@article{Payen1987NoIO,
  title={No involvement of antidiuretic hormone in acute antidiuresis during PEEP ventilation in humans.},
  author={Didier M. Payen and Dominique Farge and Sadek B{\'e}loucif and Françoise Leviel and Jean-Emmanuel de la Coussaye and Pierre A. Carli and V Wirquin},
  journal={Anesthesiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={66 1},
  pages={17-23}
}
Decreased urinary output (Vu 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 evaluate these factors, seven normovolemic patients (36 yr +/- 13 SD), free of preexisting lung, cardiac, or renal disease, requiring continuous mandatory ventilation for neurologic reasons were… CONTINUE READING