The use of crystalloidal and colloidal solutions for volume replacement in hypovolemic shock.

  • Marilyn T. Haupt
  • Published 1989 in Critical reviews in clinical laboratory sciences

Abstract

A wide variety of colloidal and crystalloidal fluids, as well as blood and blood products, are available to the clinician for treatment of the hypovolemic patient. These fluids vary with respect to the size, shape, and concentrations of electrolytes, colloidal molecules, and/or cellular components, duration of volume-expanding effects, incidence of allergic… (More)

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@article{Haupt1989TheUO, title={The use of crystalloidal and colloidal solutions for volume replacement in hypovolemic shock.}, author={Marilyn T. Haupt}, journal={Critical reviews in clinical laboratory sciences}, year={1989}, volume={27 1}, pages={1-26} }