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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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HES solutions for infusion are used for the management of hypovolaemia (low blood volume) caused by acute blood loss, where treatment with alternative infusion solutions known as crystalloids alone is not considered to be sufficient.
They were treated with three to four litres of intravenous crystalloids per 24 hours, mostly Ringer's Lactate and Normal Saline.
We follow the American Society of Gastroenterology guideline for initial resuscitation that includes giving crystalloids to maintain adequate blood pressure and blood products to meet the demand of ongoing blood loss, significant hemorrhage or cardiac ischemia (9).
Balanced vs unbalanced crystalloid resuscitation in a near-fatal model of hemorrhagic shock and the efects on renal oxygenation, oxidative stress, and infammation.
Rogers subsequently advised me to 'acknowledge evidence demonstrating actual harm with HES', quoting in support the crystalloid v.
Eletromicrographs showing epicuticular waxes types in abaxial surface of blade leaf (A) and in petiole (B) (arrows: A-crystalloids in threads; B- crystalloids in grouped granules).
Hypotensive resuscitation, particularly the avoidance of large-volume crystalloid use, has been shown to reduce death from hemorrhage for patients with penetrating injuries and with evacuation times under 30 minutes.
Effects of fluid resuscitation with colloids vs crystalloids on mortality in critically ill patients presenting with hypovolemic shock: The CRISTAL randomized trial.
Therefore, since activation of renal elimination requires about 20 min, and distribution of crystalloid throughout the extracellular fluid space requires about 30 min for completion [14], we have excluded the first mini fluid challenge related data from the present analysis.
4 Before that intermittent cold crystalloid and cold blood cardioplegia was the most widely used methods of myocardial protection.
Crystalloids have different tonicities and are categorized as isotonic, hypotonic, and hypertonic types.