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Fig. 4 | Intensive Care Medicine Experimental

Fig. 4

From: The haemodynamic effects of crystalloid and colloid volume resuscitation on primary, derived and efficiency variables in post-CABG patients

Fig. 4

Temporal variation in primary variables MAP, CVP and CO during crystalloid and colloid resuscitation. Analysed as ANOVA with Tukey’s multiple comparisons. In all but one case (MAP), there were significant changes between time points in crystalloid MAP (decrease from t20 to t40) and CO (increase control to t20 and t40) and decrease t20 and t40 to t60). In the colloid series, increases from control to t20, t40 and t60 were seen in all three variables. The figures show mean ± SD

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