Hemorrhagic Shock Impairs Mucosal Immunity to Gut-Derived Antigens

Saini, Manmit S.; Diebel, Lawrence N.; Liberati, David M.; Albaran, Renato G.; Dulchavsky, Scott A.
July 1999
American Surgeon;Jul1999, Vol. 65 Issue 7, p637
Academic Journal
Provides information on a study that assessed the relative effect of hemorrhagic shock on mucosal immunity at intestinal and respiratory mucosal sites. Methods; Results; Discussion.


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