Rational Infusion Therapy as a Component of Perioperative Intensive Care in Surgical Patients

Ye.Yu. Sorokinа

Abstract


The article focuses on the role of infusion therapy in postoperative patients. The use of balanced solutions to correct the loss of fluid and electrolytes, in particular crystalloid solution and hydroxyethyl starch, are substantiated.


Keywords


infusion therapy; crystalloid solution; hydroxyethyl starch

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