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with hypothermia and bypass . undergoing cardiac operations acids in plasma of patients Catecholamines and free fatty

@inproceedings{Hirvonen2005withHA,
  title={with hypothermia and bypass . undergoing cardiac operations acids in plasma of patients Catecholamines and free fatty},
  author={J. Hirvonen and P. Huttunen and L. Nuutinen and A. Pekkarinen},
  year={2005}
}
Plasma concentrations of adrenaline, noradrenaline, and free fatty acids were measured at different stages of cardiac operations in which hypothermia and bypass were used. The rise of adrenaline, noradrenaline, and free fatty acid concentrations in plasma is consistent with the concept that these are important compounds in stress situations such as hypothermia and surgical operations. There is a more marked release of adrenaline and it may be a more specific hormone in response to hypothermia… Expand

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