Perioperative fluid therapy: a statement from the international Fluid Optimization Group.
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Perioperative Quality Initiative (POQI) consensus statement on fundamental concepts in perioperative fluid management: fluid responsiveness and venous capacitance Martin, Greg S; Kaufman, David A; Marik, Paul E; Shapiro, Nathan I; Levett, Denny ZH; Whittle, John; MacLeod, David B; ... (21 authors) (Perioperative Medicine, 2020-12)
Maheshwari, Kamal; Malhotra, Gaurav; Bao, Xiaodong; Lahsaei, Peiman; Hand, William R; Fleming, Neal W; Ramsingh, Davinder; ... (11 authors) (Anesthesiology, 2021-08)<h4>Background</h4>Excessive or inadequate fluid administration causes complications, but despite this, fluid administration during noncardiac surgery is highly variable. Goal-directed management helps optimize the amount ...
ZHANG, YING (2018)I investigate the generation and propagation characteristics of leaky Rayleigh waves (LRWs) by a spherical shock wave incident on a glass-water boundary both experimentally and numerically. The maximum tensile stress produced ...