Effect of Vasoconstrictors on Lymph Oxygen Tension in Normo- and Hypovolemia
The effects of various vasoconstrictor agents at the microcirculatory level have been debated for many years. As these agents are still rather widely used in the therapy of various forms of shock, It seems important to acquire information about their effect on tissue oxygenation. Tissue hypoxia has a key role in the pathogenesis of shock, there are, however, few data available on the level of tissue oxygen tension because of methodological difficulties.
KeywordsArterial Blood Pressure Oxygen Tension Infusion Period Intermittent Positive Pressure Ventilation Tissue Oxygen Tension
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