TSC and Hemorrhagic Shock
There is a decrease in whole-body oxygen consumption after hemorrhage, and it has been suggested that this is linked to mortality (1). Recovery from hemorrhagic shock has long been suggested to depend on restoration of oxygen to the tissues (2, 3), and a recent report (4) suggests that even small enhancements in oxygen consumption could reduce rates of morbidity and mortality.
KeywordsArterial Blood Pressure Hemorrhagic Shock Fluid Resuscitation Oxygen Therapy Hyperbaric Oxygen
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