When I first discovered I had been cited on a Wikipedia page I was thrilled and honoured. Great to have been noticed. But then the anonymous friend who gave me this fleeting immortality on the Starling equation page gave up and left it in a slightly disorganised and confused state.
Effect of isotonic versus hypotonic maintenance fluid therapy on urine output, fluid balance, and electrolyte homeostasis: a crossover study in fasting adult volunteers N. Van Regenmortel, T. De Weerdt, A. H. Van Craenenbroeck, E. Roelant, W. Verbrugghe, K. Dams, M. L. N.G. Malbrain, T. Van den Wyngaert, P. G. Jorens Br J Anaesth aex118. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/bja/aex118 Published:16 May 2017
Deservedly getting lots of mentions, Patterns of intravenous fluid resuscitation use in adult intensive care patients between 2007 and 2014: An international cross-sectional study Great global collaboration. The stand-out for me is that the UK participating units went from being the world’s worst offenders for colloid resuscitation (>80%) to being
Fitz-Roy Curry at UC Davis knows more about vascular permeability than I ever will, and I am pleased to say he has offered some thoughts on Paul Marik’s claims for the Norfolk Protocol. With a little text correcting by myself; “Our lab has little experience with Vitamin C and vascular permeability