Spontaneous Regulation Processes of the Organism Following Blood Loss
The proper understanding of the therapeutic principles of volume replacement in hemorrhagic shock requires that the spontaneous regulation mechanisms of the organism after blood losses of varying degree are known. The most essential of these data are summarized in the following.
KeywordsPlasma Volume Interstitial Fluid Hemorrhagic Shock Volume Replacement Colloid Osmotic Pressure
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