Dynamics of Blood Plasma and Urine Electrolytes at the Stages of Observation in Various Types of Infusion Therapy in Patients with Toxic Shock Syndrome

Ye.V. Ivakhnenko

Abstract


Pressing issue today is the need to examine the features of the impact of infusion therapy on blood plasma electrolytes that will help to get the necessary answers and to put into practice the most effective at the moment types of infusion therapy in patients with severe hemodynamic disorders associated with toxic shock syndrome. This paper analyzes and summarizes the results of examination and treatment of 111 patients with various forms of severe infectious diseases, which was complicated by toxic shock syndrome. The study determined that the infusion therapy using a combination of hypertonic and colloidal solutions significantly contributes to the rapid recovery of electrolyte composition and corrects acidosis. Given these data, the combination of 10% sodium chloride solution and 6% colloidal solution can be regarded as a priority type of solution for the initial infusion therapy in patients with toxic shock syndrome.


Keywords


toxic shock syndrome; infusion therapy; electrolyte composition of the blood

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0586.4.67.2015.78486

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