In the twelve years since January 1961, the United States has suffered the loss of 45,937 killed in Southeast Asia plus another 303,622 wounded. This makes the war in Vietnam the fourth most bloody war in United States history, placing behind World War I, World War II, and the Civil War.
KeywordsCentral Venous Pressure Intravenous Fluid Systemic Blood Pressure Reversible Shock Refractory Shock
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