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Использование гипертонического раствора хлорида натрия при операциях в условиях искусственного кровообращения

https://doi.org/10.15360/1813-9779-2012-2-61

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Представлен анализ литературы о различных аспектах применения гипертонического раствора хлорида натрия при операциях в условиях искусственного кровообращения в кардиохирургической практике. Показано, что гипертонический раствор уменьшает положительный баланс жидкости в периоперационном периоде, увеличивает сердечный выброс с одновременным снижением сосудистого сопротивления, улучшает оксигенирующую функцию легких, способствует нормализации тканевого кровообращения, а также неврологического статуса у пациентов, подвергшихся искусственной перфузии. Представлены данные о его влиянии на иммунную систему и эндотелий капилляров. Предложена необходимость исследований влияния гипертонического раствора на частоту развития осложнений и летальность при операциях в условиях искусственного кровообращения, а также его использование при длительном искусственном кровообращении. Ключевые слова: гипертонический раствор, хлорид натрия, искусственное кровообращение.

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Ломиворотов В.В., Фоминский Е.В., Непомнящих В.А. Использование гипертонического раствора хлорида натрия при операциях в условиях искусственного кровообращения . Общая реаниматология. 2012;8(2):61. https://doi.org/10.15360/1813-9779-2012-2-61

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Lomivorotov V.V., Fominsky E.V., Nepomnyashchikh V.A. Use of Hypertonic Sodium Chloride Solution at Surgery under Extracorporeal Circulation . General Reanimatology. 2012;8(2):61. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.15360/1813-9779-2012-2-61

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