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Microcirculation in Anesthesia

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By Ron George Anesthesiologist with special interests in Obstetrics, Pain, and Global Health
Anatole Harrois, Nathalie Baudry, Olivier Huet, Hiromi Kato, Laurent Dupic, Manuel Lohez, Marianne Ziol, Eric Vicaut, Jacques Duranteau
BACKGROUND: Norepinephrine administration is controversial during hemorrhagic shock resuscitation to stabilize mean arterial pressure (MAP) level because it could have deleterious effects on local circulations. The authors investigated the effect of norepinephrine on intestinal microcirculation during fluid resuscitation in uncontrolled hemorrhagic shock. METHODS: Mice (n = 6 per group) submitted to an uncontrolled hemorrhagic shock by tail section were randomly assigned to a resuscitation with fluid but without norepinephrine to target a MAP level of 50 mmHg (FR50) or 60 mmHg (FR60) or a resuscitation with fluid and norepinephrine to target a MAP level of 50 mmHg (FRNE50) or 60 mmHg (FRNE60)...
May 2015: Anesthesiology
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