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Organization and Analysis of Data from Patients with Trauma and Hemorrhage

  • W. Kellermann
  • K. Peter
  • U. Jensen
  • Y. Summa
  • D. Neumeier

Abstract

Hemorrhage and trauma cause specific disturbances in physical integrity, which are classed under the general term of shock and whose effects become evident as circulatory shock. Shock may be defined as an acute insufficient nutritive blood flow to vital organs with subsequent hypoxia.

Keywords

Computer Monitoring Selective Operation Microcirculatory Alteration Cardiorespiratory Parameter Fractional Sodium Excretion 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • W. Kellermann
  • K. Peter
  • U. Jensen
  • Y. Summa
  • D. Neumeier

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