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Minerva Anestesiologica 2000 May;66(5):333-6

language: English

Splanchnic perfusion in intensive care patients

Takala J., Jakob S. M.

From the Department of Intensive Care Medicine University Hospital Bern (Inelspital), Bern, Switzerland
Critical Care Research Program Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Kuopio University Hospital, Kuopio, Finland


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Splanchnic vas­o­reg­u­la­tion is poor­ly under­stood. The tis­sue per­fu­sion in the splanch­nic ­region may be com­pro­mised in crit­i­cal­ly ill ­patients ­both ­because of the under­ly­ing dis­ease and ther­a­peu­tic inter­ven­tions. Inadequate per­fu­sion, dys­ox­ia, and ische­mia- reper­fu­sion may trig­ger and mod­i­fy an inflam­ma­to­ry ­response ­which may ­itself ­cause dete­ri­ora­tion of the splanch­nic per­fu­sion.

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