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Crystalloid was the first choice for fluid resuscitation in the patients with septic shock [Table 3].
Hydroxyethyl starches or saline for fluid resuscitation in intensive care.
Diagnostic criteria for septic shock: Severely infected patients who had uncorrected, persistent low blood pressure levels (systolic pressure less than 90 mmHg or decrease by 40 mmHg compared with normal level, MAP less than 60- 40 mmHg, capillary refill time greater than 2 s, cold limbs or mottled skin, low urine output) after sufficient fluid resuscitation, commonly accompanied by hypoperfusion or organ dysfunction.
10) An 18-gauge catheter placed in the jugular vein was used for phlebotomy and fluid resuscitation and to sample blood for PCV and lactate concentrations with a portable analyzer (Accutrend-Lactate, Roche Diagnostics, Mannheim, Germany).
When shock is diagnosed fluid resuscitation should commence with a rapid (over 5 - 10 min) bolus infusion of 20 ml/kg isotonic crystalloid, e.
Several investigators have emphasized the metabolic benefits of fluid resuscitation, however, the benefits must be weighed against the deleterious effects of rebleeding leading to death.
Thus it would seem that despite the presence of IAH, the robust maintenance of APP, particularly with the use of vasopressors in the presence of conservative fluid resuscitation, may have been sufficient to prevent significant adverse consequences of IAH1.
We are convinced that the concept of this simple treatment holds promise in the future of fluid resuscitation of the thermally injured.
Life saving procedures will also show the actions that need to be taken if airways are blocked and how to monitor fluid resuscitation.
1 (sternal intraosseous device) to provide fluid resuscitation when peripheral intravenous access is not possible, have also been added to the instruction as a graded exercise.
Intravenous fluid resuscitation is indicated when deep dermal and full-thickness burns involve more than 15% of the body surface area in adults and 10% of the body surface area in children.
When initial blood tests showed hypokalemia, she was given potassium and general fluid resuscitation.