Mikrosirkulasi Pada Resusitasi Cairan

Hotber Pasaribu

Abstract

The aim of fluid therapy during hemodynamic resuscitation is to increase global blood flow and increase flow to the
microcirculation and therby, and thus oxygen availability for cellular respiration. Effect of volume expansion on
microvascular perfusion might not always be in coherence with its macrocirculatory. It should be stressed that the total
amount of volume administered during fluid resuscitation is believed to be a major determinant of outcome in critically
ill shock patients. The purpose of this review is to evaluate the boundaries of macrohemodynamic approach to fluid
administration and the integrated with microcirculatory.

Keywords

cardiac output, delivery oxygen, macrohemodynamic, microcirculation

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