"El líquido ideal para la reanimación no existe" | 07 OCT 13

Reanimación por medio de líquidos: ¿cómo? ¿con qué soluciones?

En este artículo se pasa revista a los distintos tipos de líquidos para la reanimación y a los principales estudios recientes sobre ellos.
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Autor/a: Myburgh JA, Mythen MG N Engl J Med 2013;369:1243-51.
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