Application of Multicomponent Polyionic Colloid Hyperosmolar Solutions for Perioperative Fluid Therapy During Surgeries on Aorta and Great Vessels

N.Yu. Pylayeva

Abstract


In this paper we studied the possibility of using multicomponent polyionic colloid hyperosmolar solution Gecoton for perioperative fluid therapy during surgeries on aorta and great vessels. The findings showed that use of Gecoton was followed by more significant stability of hemodynamic parameters and arterial oxygen saturation compared with patients in treatment of which we used isovolemic hydroxyethyl starch solutions. Additionally, use of the Gecoton against the background of hemorrhage and ischemia-reperfusion syndrome after declipping aorta enabled to reduce the use both of blood products volume and total volume of fluid therapy.


Keywords


multicomponent polyionic colloid hyperosmolar solutions; blood loss; surgical treatment of the aorta and great vessels

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0586.1.56.2014.82816

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