CPB in high-risk groups: CPB in diabetics

Birnbaum, Dietrich E.; Lehle, Karla
July 2006
Perfusion;Jul2006, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p235
Academic Journal
The article discusses about cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) in diabetic patients. Sufficient blood pressure for renal circulation needs to be maintained consistently throughout the CPB procedure. Each patient's circulation during management of anesthesia and CPB, needs to be regulated. It is required not to provoke organ failure in proper regulation of CPB, due to low tolerance in diabetics.


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