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Fluid management in patients undergoing neurosurgery

Ryu T

Fluid management is an important component of perioperative care for patients undergoing neurosurgery. The primary goal of fluid management in neurosurgery is the maintenance of normovolemia and prevention of serum...
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Intravenous Fluid Selection for Unruptured Intracranial Aneurysm Clipping : Balanced Crystalloid versus Normal Saline

Kang J, Song YJ, Jeon S, Lee J, Lee E, Lee JY, Lee E, Bang JS, Lee SU, Han MK, Oh CW, Kim T

Objective : While balanced crystalloid (BC) could be a relevant fluid regimen with buffer system compared with normal saline (NS), there have been no studies on the optimal fluid for...
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Impact of Clinical, Laboratory and Fluid Therapy Variables on Hospital Length of Stay for Children with Acute Pancreatitis

Shahein AR, Quiros JA, Arbizu RA, Jump C, Lauzon SD, Baker SS

Purpose: There have been many efforts to develop generalizable severity markers in children with acute pancreatitis (AP). Expert opinion panels have developed consensus guidelines on management but it is unclear...
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Effect of remifentanil on intraoperative fluid balance: a retrospective statistical examination of factors contributing to fluid balance

Ohara S, Nishimura A, Tachikawa S, Iijima T

Background: Postoperative fluid retention is a factor that causes delay in recovery and unexpected adverse events. It is important to prevent intraoperative fluid retention, which is putatively caused by intraoperative...
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Resuscitation Fluid Use in a Single Surgical Intensive Care Unit

Lee YD, Ryu JA, Lee DS, Park J, Cho J, Chung CR, Cho YH, Yang JH, Suh GY, Park CM

Purpose: The aim of this study was to analyze the temporal change of resuscitation fluid use based on all fluids administered in a surgical intensive care unit (ICU). Methods: The administration...
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Safety and efficacy of peripheral nutrition fluid (MG-TNA®) in patients undergoing surgery for hepatobiliary and pancreatic disease: Results of a phase 4 trial

Yu YD, Han JH, Jung SW, Kim DS

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: Essential nutritional support and nutrition therapy for patients with hepatobiliary and pancreatic diseases undergoing surgery is critical, as it may improve clinical outcome. How to implement rational fluid therapy...
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Evaluation of suitability of fluid management using stroke volume variation in patients with prone position during lumbar spinal surgery

Choi YJ, Lee J, Cha JR, Lee KS, Min TJ, Lee YS, Kim WY, Kim JH

BACKGROUND: Static parameters such as central venous pressure and pulmonary artery occlusion pressure, have limitation in evaluation of patients' volume status. Dynamic parameters such as stroke volume variation (SVV), have...
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Fluid management in perioperative and critically ill patients

Kang D, Yoo KY

Fluid therapy to restore and/or maintain tissue perfusion may affect patient outcomes in perioperative, emergency, and intensive care. Kinetic analyses and outcome-oriented studies have provided more insight into fluid management....
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Fluid responsiveness in the pediatric population

Lee JH, Kim EH, Jang YE, Kim HS, Kim JT

It is challenging to predict fluid responsiveness, that is, whether the cardiac index or stroke volume index would be increased by fluid administration, in the pediatric population. Previous studies on...
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Fluid loading during spinal anesthesia can reduce bradycardia after intravenous dexmedetomidine infusion

Lee W, Han Y, Lim SH, Moon SH, Cho K, Kim MH

BACKGROUND: Dexmedetomidine has been widely used during spinal anesthesia to provide sedation. However, dexmedetomidine frequently causes significant bradycardia. This study was designed to evaluate whether fluid loading could reduce the...
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Anesthetic management of the first forearm transplantation in Korea

Kwon J, Jung SM, Kim SY, Kwon NK, Park SJ

Vascularized composite allotransplantation for the forearm is a complex surgical procedure, requiring multidisciplinary collaboration. It is important to provide optimal blood flow to the grafts, effective immunosuppression, and early rehabilitation...
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Changes in intravenous hydration frequency and emergency department length of stay after implementation of oral ondansetron therapy in children with dehydration due to acute gastroenteritis

Kwon SK, Yang HW, Chae MK, Ko Y, Kwak JR, Lee JS

PURPOSE: Oral ondansetron is a safe and effective antiemetic drug to facilitate oral rehydration therapy in acute gastroenteritis (AGE) with mild dehydration. We investigated the effect of oral ondansetron therapy...
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The Role of Oliguria and the Absence of Fluid Administration and Balance Information in Illness Severity Scores

Glassford , Bellomo R

Urinary examination has formed part of patient assessment since the earliest days of medicine. Current definitions of oliguria are essentially arbitrary, but duration and intensity of oliguria have been associated...
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Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guideline for Fluid Therapy to Prevent Contrast-induced Nephropathy

Lee KH, Shin KM, Lee HJ, Kim SY, Chae J, Kim MR, Han MY, Ahn MS, Park JK, Chung MA, Chu SH, Hwang JH

PURPOSE: This study was to develop evidence-based clinical practice guideline in order to prevent contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN) for patients undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). METHODS: The guideline was developed based on...
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The Complexities of Intravenous Fluid Research: Questions of Scale, Volume, and Accumulation

Glassford , Bellomo R

Despite near ubiquity, information regarding fluids consumption at a health care systems level, and patient exposure at an individual level, is surprisingly limited in the medical literature. The epidemiology of...
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Assessment of Severity and Fluid Administration in Acute Pancreatitis

Lee YS, Cho KB

Acute pancreatitis is one of the potentially life-threatening diseases with a wide spectrum of severity. The estimated mortality rate for all patients with acute pancreatitis is approximately 5%. Severe pancreatitis...
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Recent Advances in Management of Acute Pancreatitis

Lee JK

Acute pancreatitis is common but remains a condition with significant morbidity and mortality. Despite a better understanding of the pathophysiology of acute pancreatitis achieved during the past few decades, there...
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Effects of Fluid Therapy Education Program for Aged Stroke Patients

Lim JS, Jo HS

PURPOSE: This study was to verify the effects of a fluid therapy education program for aged stroke patients for preventing dehydration, pyuria and bacteriuria. METHODS: The study employed a non-equivalent control...
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Early Sodium and Fluid Intake and Severe Intraventricular Hemorrhage in Extremely Low Birth Weight Infants

Lee HJ, Lee BS, Do HJ, Oh SH, Choi YS, Chung SH, Kim EA, Kim KS

Hypernatremic dehydration is an important cause of intracranial hemorrhage. A possible association of intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) with hypernatremia and/or high sodium intake has been suggested in preterm infants. To investigate...
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The Effects of Normal Saline Solution versus Hartmann's Solution on the Acid-base and Electrolytes Status and Renal Function after Kidney Transplantation

Kim MY, Jeon NY, Hyun SK, Kim HT, Cho WH, Park UJ

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to elucidate the effects of fluid on the acid-base and electrolytes status and renal function after kidney transplantation (KT). METHODS: We retrospectively analyzed 103...
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