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Primärtherapie mit kleinen Volumina

  • U. B. Brückner
  • U. Kreimeier
  • K. Meßmer
Part of the Anaesthesiologie und Intensivmedizin / Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine book series (A+I, volume 220)

Zusammenfassung

Experimentelle [4, 5] und klinische [1,2] Studien haben gezeigt, daß die Infusion kleiner Volumina einer hyperosmolaren Salzlösung im Schock eine schnelle Normalisierung der Makrohämodynamik zur Folge hat. Über Einflüsse dieser Lösung auf die Mikrozirkulation und die Organdurchblutung ist jedoch nur wenig bekannt [5, 10].

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  • U. B. Brückner
  • U. Kreimeier
  • K. Meßmer

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