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  • Adzick NS, deLorimier AA, Harrison MR, Fisher DM: Major childhood tumor resection using hemodilution anesthesia and hetastarch.

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  • In fresh water drownings inhaled water is immediately absorbed into the blood causing hemodilution.

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  • In the alarm reaction, there is hemoconcentration, hypochloremia, and general tissue catabolism, whereas during the stage of resistance there is hemodilution, hyperchloremia, and anabolism, with a return toward normal body weight.

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  • Introduction Triple-H therapy and its separate components (hypervolemia, hemodilution, and hypertension) aim to increase cerebral perfusion in subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH) patients with delayed cerebral ischemia.

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  • In uncontrolled studies, hypertension seems to be more effective in increasing CBF than hemodilution or hypervolemia.

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  • In 1958, Dr. Neptune introduced the concept of hemodilution in which no donor blood would need to be used in the heart-lung machine during open heart surgery.

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  • Anesthesia & Analgesia, shows that Masimo noninvasive and continuous hemoglobin SpHb® monitoring technology is "accurate within 1.0 g/dL" at one standard deviation, compared to invasive blood sampling and laboratory analysis in subjects undergoing hemodilution.

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  • In the majority of clinical trials, these changes appear to be largely related to hemodilution after large volumes of hetastarch. 56 Only minor abnormalities in clotting parameters and no increased frequency of bleeding have been observed in patients with hypovolemic and traumatic shock treated with hetastarch.

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  • The decrease in hemoglobin is related to several factors, including ineffective erythropoiesis and hemodilution.

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  • Clinically, 100 to 200 mL of intravascular volume expansion can be expected after the infusion of 1 L of isotonic crystalloids. 52, 53 Resuscitation from septic shock frequently requires crystalloid volumes ranging from 6 to 10 L during the initial 24-hr period, which results in significant hemodilution of plasma proteins and decreases in colloid osmotic pressure.

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