Urine output and fluid therapy during anaesthesia and surgery.


To try to determine whether fluid therapy during surgery should be on a large or a small scale 23 patients and six control subjects were studied. The control subjects were fasted and transfused with 2 litres of Ringer-lactate solution in one hour, the volume of urine output being measured at intervals for four hours. The patients were transfused similarly… (More)


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