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References for Fluid Requirements


Post-traumatic changes in, and effect of colloid osmotic pressure on the distribution of body water.

Role of solute in the early restitution of blood volume after hemorrhage.

Colloid or crystalloid in the resuscitation of hemorrhagic shock: a controlled clinical trial.

Crystalloid vs colloid in the etiology of pulmonary failure after trauma: a randomized trial in man.

Crystalloid versus colloid fluid resuscitation: a meta-analysis of mortality.

Hypertonic sodium lactate versus lactated ringer's solution for intravenous fluid therapy in operations on the abdominal aorta.

Serum oncotic pressure and oncotic-hydrostatic pressure differences in critically ill patients.

Crystalloid vs. colloid resuscitation: is one better? A randomized clinical study.

Extracellular fluid deficit following operation and its correction with Ringer's lactate. A reassessment.

The relationship between ARDS, pulmonary infiltration, fluid balance, and hemodynamics in critically ill surgical patients.

Pulmonary transvascular fluid filtration response to hypoproteinemia and Hespan infusion.

Pulmonary edema after aneurysm surgery is modified by mannitol.

Reperfusion pulmonary edema.

The effects of hypoproteinemia and volume expansion on lung and soft tissue transvascular fluid filtration.

The fluid problem in the critically ill.

Weight changes in critically ill patients evaluated by fluid balances and impedance measurements.

Crystalloid is as effective as blood in the resuscitation of hemorrhagic shock.

Differential clearance of colloid and crystalloid solutions from the lung.

Hypertonic saline (7.5%) versus mannitol: a comparison for treatment of acute head injuries.