Understanding gastrointestinal perfusion in critical care: so near, and yet so far

@article{Ackland2000UnderstandingGP,
  title={Understanding gastrointestinal perfusion in critical care: so near, and yet so far},
  author={Gareth L Ackland and Michael P. W. Grocott and Michael Monty G. Mythen},
  journal={Critical Care},
  year={2000},
  volume={4},
  pages={269 - 281}
}
An association between abnormal gastrointestinal perfusion and critical illness has been suggested for a number of years. Much of the data to support this idea comes from studies using gastric tonometry. Although an attractive technology, the interpretation of tonometry data is complex. Furthermore, current understanding of the physiology of gastrointestinal perfusion in health and disease is incomplete. This review considers critically the striking clinical data and basic physiological… CONTINUE READING

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