Renal function during chronic anemia in man.

@article{Bradley1947RenalFD,
  title={Renal function during chronic anemia in man.},
  author={Stanley E. Bradley and G P Bradley},
  journal={Blood},
  year={1947},
  volume={2 2},
  pages={192-202}
}
P HYSIOLOGICAL adjustments to slowly developing anemia are so successful that anemic patients characteristically present themselves with only minor complaints of fatigability, weakness, or dizziness, despite severe reductions of the hematocrit to i per cent orless. These adjustments are largely cardiovascular.’ Oxygen transport is maintained by a marked augmentation of blood flow through most parts of the body as a result of peripheral vasodilatation and increased cardiac output.2 Oxygen uptake… CONTINUE READING

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