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intravenous fluid resucitation

T Yoshioka, K Maemura, Y Ohhashi, H Sugimoto, M Takahashi, T Sugimoto
In 53 extensively burned patients, a comparative study was conducted on lactated Ringer's solution, colloid plus lactated Ringer's solution and hypertonic lactated saline solution on their hemodynamic and respiratory effects. The total amount of infusion required to resucitate the initial hypovolemic phase was the least in the hypertonic lactated saline solution group; whereas, the total sodium intake was the greatest in the lactated Ringer's solution group. Elevation of the respiratory index in the hypertonic lactated saline solution group was slightly more than the normal range, but insignificant...
October 1980: Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics
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