All Relations between ringer and rl

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Kemal Tolga Sara\\xc3\\xa7o\\xc4\\x9flu, Ayten Sara\\xc3\\xa7o\\xc4\\x9flu, Mehmet Y\\xc4\\xb1ld\\xc4\\xb1r\\xc4\\xb1m, Cumaali Demirta\\xc5\\x9f, Metehan Ak\\xc3\\xa7a, Ferda Serdo\\xc4\\x9fan, \\xc4\\xb0lyas Samet Erg\\xc3\\xbcn, \\xc5\\x9eermin Tetik, Sadrettin Pen\\xc3\\xa7. Effects of Different Crystalloid Fluids on Renal Tissue in an Experimental Model of Hemorrhagic Shock. Turkish journal of anaesthesiology and reanimation. vol 51. issue 5. 2023-10-25. PMID:37876163. this study was designed to compare the effects of resuscitation with ringer's lactate (rl) solution versus a normal saline (ns) solution on hemodynamics, renal tissue histopathology, coagulation, and apoptosis in a rat model of hemorrhagic shock. 2023-10-25 2023-11-08 rat
Idit Matot, Keren Cohen, Orit Pappo, Hila Barash, Rinat Abramovitc. Liver response to hemorrhagic shock and subsequent resuscitation: MRI analysis. Shock (Augusta, Ga.). vol 29. issue 1. 2008-02-29. PMID:17621258. rats were subjected to hemorrhagic shock (hs) (bleeding to a map of 25 mmhg) and randomized to no resuscitation or resuscitation with ringer lactate (rl) or adrenaline infusion targeted to a map of 50 mmhg or baseline. 2008-02-29 2023-08-12 rat
S R Fischer, M Burnet, D L Traber, D S Prough, G C Krame. Plasma volume expansion with solutions of hemoglobin, albumin, and Ringer lactate in sheep. The American journal of physiology. vol 276. issue 6. 1999-07-22. PMID:10362704. we have measured plasma volume expansion (evans blue and hematocrit changes) and hemodynamic responses in conscious hemorrhaged and normovolemic splenectomized sheep after a 30-min infusion of either 20 ml/kg of diaspirin cross-linked hemoglobin (dclhb), 20 ml/kg of human albumin (alb), or 60 ml/kg of a solution of ringer lactate (rl). 1999-07-22 2023-08-12 human
J Y Tsang, M Middaugh, M Emery, M P Hlastal. Gas exchange and regional redistribution of pulmonary blood flow during resuscitation of acute pulmonary bead embolization. Pulmonary pharmacology. vol 5. issue 4. 1993-02-05. PMID:1477483. the animals were resuscitated for 45 min with either ringer's lactate (rl), norepinephrine (ne) or isoproterenol (ip). 1993-02-05 2023-08-11 Not clear
P Veroli, D Benhamo. Comparison of hypertonic saline (5%), isotonic saline and Ringer's lactate solutions for fluid preloading before lumbar extradural anaesthesia. British journal of anaesthesia. vol 69. issue 5. 1993-01-26. PMID:1467076. we have compared the haemodynamic effects of fluid preloading performed before lumbar extradural anaesthesia with isotonic saline (ns), 5% hypertonic saline (hs) and ringer's lactate (rl) solutions in 30 asa i patients undergoing minor orthopaedic surgery, allocated randomly to the three groups. 1993-01-26 2023-08-11 Not clear
D Malcolm, D Kissinger, M Garrioc. Diaspirin cross-linked hemoglobin solution as a resuscitative fluid following severe hemorrhage in the rat. Biomaterials, artificial cells, and immobilization biotechnology : official journal of the International Society for Artificial Cells and Immobilization Biotechnology. vol 20. issue 2-4. 1992-11-18. PMID:1391469. the effect of diaspirin cross-linked hemoglobin (dclhb) on mean arterial pressure (map) and heart rate (hr) was compared to ringer's lactate (rl) and shed blood in a 70% lethal model of hemorrhage (35 cc/kg blood loss) in conscious rats. 1992-11-18 2023-08-11 rat
K M Gil, B Skeie, V Kvetan, M I Friedman, J Askanaz. Parenteral nutrition and oral intake: effect of branched-chain amino acids. Nutrition (Burbank, Los Angeles County, Calif.). vol 6. issue 4. 1992-04-30. PMID:2134544. each study (lasting 17 to 19 days) was divided into three phases: ringer's lactate (rl); ppn administered as a combination of glucose, fat, and amino acids; and finally rl. 1992-04-30 2023-08-11 human
K M Gil, B Skeie, V Kvetan, J Askanazi, M I Friedma. Parenteral nutrition and oral intake: effect of glucose and fat infusions. JPEN. Journal of parenteral and enteral nutrition. vol 15. issue 4. 1991-10-23. PMID:1910106. each study consisted of three consecutive phases: (1) ringer's lactate (rl), (2) peripheral parenteral nutrition (ppn) administered for 5 or 6 days as a combination of glucose (caloric load equal to 34% resting energy expenditure, ree), fat (34% ree), and amino acids (17% ree) or a single nutrient infusion of glucose (68% ree), fat (68% ree), glucose (34% ree), or fat (34% ree), and (3) rl for the third period. 1991-10-23 2023-08-11 human
J Hamar, L Dezsi, E Adam, L Egri, K O Netzer, M Stark, J Lut. Role of fluid replacement, increased oxygen availability by perfluorochemicals and enhanced RES function in the treatment of mesenteric occlusion shock. Research in experimental medicine. Zeitschrift fur die gesamte experimentelle Medizin einschliesslich experimenteller Chirurgie. vol 187. issue 6. 1988-04-18. PMID:3327121. after release of the ligated artery, fluid therapy was instituted by administering the equivalent of 7.5% of body weight of one of three different solutions: ringer lactate (rl), hydroxyethyl starch (hes) in rl, and perfluorochemicals (pfc, 4 g/kg b.wt. 1988-04-18 2023-08-11 rat
M Mathru, B Venus, R A Smith, Y Shirakawa, A Sugiur. Treatment of low cardiac output complicating acute pulmonary hypertension in normovolemic goats. Critical care medicine. vol 14. issue 2. 1986-03-14. PMID:3080271. in eight anesthetized ventilated goats, the hemodynamic effect of isoproterenol (isu), dopamine (dop), norepinephrine (ne), nitroglycerin (ntg), and ringer's lactate (rl) infusion was evaluated after inducing acute pulmonary hypertension (phn) to decrease cardiac output. 1986-03-14 2023-08-11 Not clear