Infusion and transfusion therapy: main aspects
Keywords:infusion-transfusion therapy, balanced crystalloid solutions, Plasmoven, hydroxyethyl starch
The adequate choice of strategy for infusion therapy is an essential component of successful management of critically ill patients. Infusion therapy is one of the main methods of maintai-ning vital functions of patients in the perioperative period. In the practice of a doctor, there are reasonable doubts about the feasibility and safety of various solutions for infusion therapy. Both are fundamental principles of infusion therapy, and the changes that have taken place, of course, need to be understood from the standpoint of evidence-based medicine. Balanced crystalloid solutions were safe and clinically effective, their use is provided by the Bri-tish Consensus Guidelines on Intravenous Fluid Therapy for Adult Surgical Patients.
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