Relationships between factors of nonspecific resistance in shock caused by mechanical trauma or burn
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Rats with shock caused by mechanical injury or burn showed stereotypic and phasic variations of the absorptive capacity of hepatic reticuloendothelial system, plasma fibronectin content, and functional activity of peripheral blood neutrophils. The direction of alterations in these factors of nonspecific resistance pointed to a depression of the phagocytic system and correlated with the severity of the postinsult states.
Key Wordsshock macrophages neutrophils fibronectin phagocytosis
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