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《JOURNAL OF WANNAN MEDICAL COLLEGE》 1994-02
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A STUDY OF THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF HYPERTONIC SODIUM CHLORIDE IN DOSAGE ON RABBITS WITH HEMORRHAGEIC SHOCK

Jin Wen Bo,et al(Hyperbaric oxygen treating center of Wennan Medical College,Yijishan Hospital Wuhu)  
rabbits with hemorrhageic shock were devided randomly into three groups for anti-shock treatment:normal saline group(NS group),hypertonic sodium chloride in small dosage(HS group) and infused shed blood group (IB group).The changes of some indexs were observed pre-and post-shock and during treatment. The results suggested that anti-shock treatment with HS could increase the mean arterial pressure(M AP),cardial output and urine volum;decrease heart rate(HR),respiratory frequency(R)and lung coeifficient; improve the mesenteric mierocireulation and increase the survial rate. As compared with normal saline,the difference was significant(P0.05).The short-term therapeutic effect in HS group was somewhat superior to that in IB group.We concluded that anti-shock treatment with HS could prevent and cure cardial,lung and renal failure.
【CateGory Index】: R541.640.2
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