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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Investigating The Relationship Between Hemodynamic And Metabolic Parameters In Portal Triade Occlusion Following Hemorrhagic Shock.|
|Abstract:||PURPOSE: To determine whether metabolic and hemodynamic parameters are "mathematically" coupled in rats submitted to portal triad occlusion following controlled hemorrhagic shock state. METHODS: Pearson's coefficient (r-value) analysis was performed. Differences considered significant at p < 0.05 and -0.50 > r > 0.50. RESULTS: It was observed that there is a direct proportional relationship to HCO3- with pCO2 (r = 0.66), base deficit (r = 0.87) and inverse with serum lactate (r = -0.54). pCO2 was directly associated with MAP (r = 0.51), and inversely with pH (r = -0.64). Hematocrit was directly associated with HR (r = 0.72) and CI (r = 0.76), and serum lactated was inversely associated with base deficit (r = -0.61). CONCLUSION: In rats submitted to Pringle's maneuver during 15 minutes following hemorrhagic shock state, there is a mathematical coupling with a very good correlation between several hemodynamic and metabolic variables.|
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