Lowering the Viscosity with the Aid of Hemodilution
It has become clear during the past few years, in contrast to what was always believed previously, that in the presence of a threatened circulation or a condition of circulatory stasis it is not so much the lack of O2 which primarily determines the prognosis of the threatened cells as the possibilities of reperfusion (Guyton 1976).
KeywordsTransport Capacity Circulatory Arrest Colloid Osmotic Pressure Blood Substitute Homologous Blood
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