Plasma and Vitamin C for shock resuscitation.

While it is easy to make the steady-state Starling case against colloids for resuscitation from hypovolaemia,  the argument from microvascular flow preservation keeps alive a possible indication for plasma infusions. The endothelial glycocalyx (EG) disintegrates after severe hemorrhagic shock, and there is laboratory evidence that plasma  could preserve or restore capillary integrity.