Sequential hemofiltration in nonoliguric high capillary permeability pulmonary edema of severe sepsis: preliminary report.

@article{Gotloib1984SequentialHI,
  title={Sequential hemofiltration in nonoliguric high capillary permeability pulmonary edema of severe sepsis: preliminary report.},
  author={Lazaro Gotloib and E. Barzilay and A. Shustak and Amiram Lev},
  journal={Critical care medicine},
  year={1984},
  volume={12 11},
  pages={997-1000}
}
Five patients with nonoliguric adult respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) secondary to severe sepsis showed improved blood oxygenation after up to 36 h of conventional therapy and mechanical ventilation with optimal positive end-expiratory pressure. However, metabolic acidosis was unchanged, and blood urea had increased. Some patients showed hemodynamic signs of incipient heart failure. After sequential hemofiltration, the altered physiologic shunt and blood pH returned to normal. Chest x-rays… CONTINUE READING

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