Two authors independently searched the biomedical online database MEDLINE[R], National Library of Medicine, Bethesda, Maryland, USA, (1948 to December 2010) and EMBASE[R], Reed Elsevier, London, UK, (1980 to December 2010) for relevant RCTs comparing gelatin solutions with a) crystalloids
, b) starch, c) isotonic albumin or d) dextran.
The current state-of-the-art use of crystalloids
, colloids, and oxygen carriers were discussed.
Among the topics are the stem cell paradigm and its application to prostate cancer, interactions between the androgen receptor and other signaling pathways implicated in prostate cancer growth and development, organoselenium compounds as a prospect for therapy, molecular genetic alterations in the prostate cancer microenvironment, implication of lysophosphatidic acid signaling and receptor-mediated mechanisms contributing to the development of prostate carcinoma, redox state and prostate cancer behavior, and how piezoelectric interaction with prostatic crystalloids
may explain the relationship between environmental electromagnetic fields and prostate cancer.
During this time, our patient was sedated and supported with assist-control ventilation and intravenous crystalloids
This study was carried out to study the effects of pre-operative intravenous fluid supplementation, either crystalloids
or colloids, on PONV.
Any patient with signs of shock (tachycardia and/or low blood pressure) due to haemorrhage requires at least two intravenous infusions, one for rapid administration of crystalloids
2] saturation in the SVC blood, and gave the large amount of blood products and crystalloids
in order to correct the Sv[O.
Necrosis and luminal crystalloids
are usually absent.
Phenylephrine infusion at the rate of 300 [micro]g/min and crystalloids
were required to increase the mean arterial pressure and maintain cerebral perfusion pressure at greater than 70 mm Hg.
Make sure there is an adequate number of intravenous lines and maintain adequate volume by using crystalloids
, colloids, packed red blood cells, fresh frozen plasma, or platelets, as necessary.
Mean volume of resuscitative fluids in the Emergency Department (ED) was slightly more than 3 L (mean volume crystalloids
, 2,692 mL; packed red blood cells, 466 mL).
It also may reduce development of intraluminal prostatic crystalloids
, which have been correlated with an increase in prostate cancer risk in some studies.