The great fluid debate: saline or so-called "balanced" salt solutions?

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acute kidney injury 1155 following deleterious effects: tendency to hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis (called dilution acidosis); acute kidney injury with reduced urine output and salt retention; damaged vascular permeability and stiffness, increase
acute kidney injury 8102 metabolic acidosis [[6], [7]].Effects on renal functionThe high Cl--content of saline may cause an acute kidney injury with Na+-retention. Following factors likely underlie this injury: 1. Increased Cl--content in blood
acute kidney injury 10265 volume (and, hence, edema) than “balanced” salt crystalloids. This might reflect the aforementioned acute kidney injury with Na+-retention that results after saline infusion as well as an increased vascular permeability
metabolic acidosis 1108 of 0.9 % saline has been associated with following deleterious effects: tendency to hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis (called dilution acidosis); acute kidney injury with reduced urine output and salt retention; damaged
metabolic acidosis 6162 Alexis Hartmann (1898–1964), an American pediatrician, added the non–Cl- anion lactate to prevent metabolic acidosis [[6], [7]]. The solution developed by A. Hartmann, currently termed either Hartmann’s solution or
metabolic acidosis 6882 secondary to administration of large volume of 0.9 % saline addressed in the literature• Hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis (traditionally called dilution acidosis)• Acute kidney injury with reduced urine output and increase
metabolic acidosis 7682 cause an increment in Cl-- and a decrease in HCO3--concentration, a condition called hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis . Saline-induced acidosis, traditionally called dilution acidosis, is a short-lived phenomenon unless
metabolic acidosis 8003 hyperchloremic acidosis is by far better than that of patients with non-hyperchloremic, mostly lactic metabolic acidosis [[6], [7]].Effects on renal functionThe high Cl--content of saline may cause an acute kidney injury
metabolic acidosis 9606 in subjects infused with “balanced” salt crystalloids [[6], [7]].Fig. 2Effect of hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis on circulating K+ level. In hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis some extracellular H+ shifts into the
metabolic acidosis 9668 [[6], [7]].Fig. 2Effect of hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis on circulating K+ level. In hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis some extracellular H+ shifts into the intracellular space. Since Cl- remains largely in the extracellular
metabolic acidosis 9930 intracellular to the extracellular fluid occurs. No tendency towards hyperkalemia occurs in normochloremic metabolic acidosis , such as lactate acidosis or ketoacidosis, because organic anions enter the intracellular fluidEffects
metabolic acidosis 10413 results after saline infusion as well as an increased vascular permeability secondary to hyperchloremic metabolic acidosis . The luminal side of vascular endothelial cells is covered by a layer of mucopolysaccharide macromolecules,

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