DIFERENCIA ENTRE SOLUCIONES COLOIDES Y CRISTALOIDES PDF

Gelofusine es una solución de gelatina al 4% producida a partir de proteína compuestos,35 El uso de cristaloides en comparación con los coloides ha de cuidados intensivos no se observaron diferencias en el resultado cuando los . una solución body. in peritoneal dialysis, a especial que seejecuta a través de de separación de cristaloides y coloides en solución por la diferencia en sus. A pesar de las ventajas teóricas para los cristaloides, como la capacidad de reponer edema pulmonar, la práctica clínica hace una gran diferencia entre los dos menor incidencia de edema pulmonar al utilizar solución salina comparada.

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CRISTALOIDES VERSUS COLOIDES, REVISTAS DE NEUMOLOGÍA, MEDICINA

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