Poly-N5-(2-Hydroxyethyl)-L-Glutamine A New Plasma Expander
Together with many distinguished contributions on the biology of shock at molecular and at cellular level, quite a few speakers at this symposium have emphasized that, in the treatment of shook, monitoring of arterial blood pressure is important; more than that, cardiac output is important; and more even than that, total circulating fluid volume is important.
KeywordsArterial Blood Pressure Evans Blue Plasma Expander Oncotic Pressure Blood Substitute
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