Vasopressin improves survival after cardiac arrest in hypovolemic shock.

Abstract

UNLABELLED Survival after hypovolemic shock and cardiac arrest is dismal with current therapies. We evaluated the potential benefits of vasopressin versus large-dose epinephrine in hemorrhagic shock and cardiac arrest on vital organ perfusion, and the likelihood of resuscitation. In 18 pigs, 35% of the estimated blood volume was withdrawn over 15 min and… (More)

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