The use of crystalloids in traumatic brain injury
fluids, intravenous, crystalloids; brain, traumatic injury; fluids, tonicity; blood coagulation; acidosis, hyperchloraemic; cerebral salt wasting; hyponatremia
The use of crystalloids in traumatic brain injury
Anaesthesiol Intensive Ther 2018;50(2):150-159.
cerebral salt wasting
Manu L.N.G. Malbrain
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