Oxygen delivery during cardiopulmonary bypass and acute renal failure after coronary operations.

@article{Ranucci2005OxygenDD,
  title={Oxygen delivery during cardiopulmonary bypass and acute renal failure after coronary operations.},
  author={Marco Ranucci and Federica Romitti and Giuseppe Isgr{\`o} and Mauro Cotza and Simonetta Brozzi and Alessandra Boncilli and Antonio Ditta},
  journal={The Annals of thoracic surgery},
  year={2005},
  volume={80 6},
  pages={2213-20}
}
BACKGROUND The degree of hemodilution during cardiopulmonary bypass has recently been identified as an independent risk factor for acute renal failure after cardiac operations. In this prospective observational study we have investigated the role of the lowest oxygen delivery, lowest hematocrit, and pump flow during cardiopulmonary bypass as possible risk factors for acute renal failure and renal dysfunction. METHODS One thousand forty-eight consecutive patients undergoing coronary operations… CONTINUE READING

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The degree of hemodilution during cardiopulmonary bypass has recently been identified as an independent risk factor for acute renal failure after cardiac operations .
The degree of hemodilution during cardiopulmonary bypass has recently been identified as an independent risk factor for acute renal failure after cardiac operations .
In this prospective observational study we have investigated the role of the lowest oxygen delivery , lowest hematocrit , and pump flow during cardiopulmonary bypass as possible risk factors for acute renal failure and renal dysfunction .
In this prospective observational study we have investigated the role of the lowest oxygen delivery , lowest hematocrit , and pump flow during cardiopulmonary bypass as possible risk factors for acute renal failure and renal dysfunction .
In this prospective observational study we have investigated the role of the lowest oxygen delivery , lowest hematocrit , and pump flow during cardiopulmonary bypass as possible risk factors for acute renal failure and renal dysfunction .
In this prospective observational study we have investigated the role of the lowest oxygen delivery , lowest hematocrit , and pump flow during cardiopulmonary bypass as possible risk factors for acute renal failure and renal dysfunction .
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