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crystalloid

1. resembling or having the appearance or properties of a crystal or crystalloid
2. a substance that in solution can pass through a semipermeable membrane
3. Botany any of numerous crystals of protein occurring in certain seeds and other storage organs
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None of the currently available crystalloid solutions completely resembles the electrolyte content of plasma.
In addition to potentially worsening haemorrhage and haemodilution, large volume crystalloid resuscitation can have other adverse outcomes, such as cerebral oedema, pulmonary oedema, abdominal compartment syndrome and death (1,10,11).
The presence of crystalloid morphology in seminal vesicles prompted us to investigate the light microscopic and histochemical characteristics of seminal vesicle secretions, which to our knowledge have not otherwise been studied in the pathology literature.
The MyoManager(TM) provides the surgeon with an instantaneous record of the blood to crystalloid ratios, solution temperatures, antegrade/retrograde flow and an analysis of the various pharmacological agents delivered during the procedure.
By contrast, a crystalloid infusion will increase water content of the interstitium, potentially causing oedema, which impairs movement of oxygen and nutrients between capillaries and tissues.
A cephalic intravenous catheter was placed, and the MWD was given 2 quarter shock doses of intravenous crystalloid fluids (1,500 mL lactated ringers), followed by a maintenance fluid rate.
When shock is diagnosed fluid resuscitation should commence with a rapid (over 5 - 10 min) bolus infusion of 20 ml/kg isotonic crystalloid, e.
She was stabilized with crystalloid fluid resuscitation without additional needs for blood products.
The findings of CHEST (The Crystalloid vs Hydroxyethyl Starch Trial) will be published tomorrow in the New England Journal of Medicine and will change the way patients are treated in ICUs across the world.
A prospective, randomized evaluation of intra-abdominal pressures with crystalloid and colloid resuscitation in burn patients.
They review the evidence on crystalloid, hypertonic, irrigating, and colloid fluids; general guidelines for non-cardiac surgeries; fluid management for intra-abdominal injury, spinal anesthesia, pediatrics, and geriatric, obstetric, pulmonary, and day surgery; invasive hemodynamic monitoring; goal-directed and non-invasive guidance of fluid therapy; hemodilution; microvascular fluid exchange; body volumes and fluid kinetics; adverse reactions; severe sepsis and septic shock; hypovolemic shock; uncontrolled hemorrhage; and fluids vs.
Also displayed are a series of Yikyung's garden lamps Crystalloid Columns, where the artist has taken her inspiration from the faceted surfaces of rough diamonds or formations at a rock quarry.