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Fig. 5 | Intensive Care Medicine Experimental

Fig. 5

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

Fig. 5

Pmsa, (Pmsa − CVP) and power during crystalloid and colloid resuscitation. Pmsa increased in both series and remained elevated for the time course of 60 min. The pressure gradient (Pmsa − CVP) stayed elevated in the colloid series, but deteriorated from t20 onwards in the crystalloid series. Power increased significantly in both series but only stayed elevated in the colloid series

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