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A bioassay of treatment of hemorrhagic shock. I. The roles of blood, Ringer's solution with lactate, and macromolecules (dextran and hydroxyethyl starch) in the treatment of hemorrhagic shock in the anesthetized dog


Archives of Surgery 93(4): 537-555
A bioassay of treatment of hemorrhagic shock. I. The roles of blood, Ringer's solution with lactate, and macromolecules (dextran and hydroxyethyl starch) in the treatment of hemorrhagic shock in the anesthetized dog


Accession: 042029778

PMID: 5922028



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