Continuous venovenous hemofiltration improves cardiac performance by mechanisms other than tumor necrosis factor-alpha attenuation during endotoxic shock

Critical care medicine, Volume 27, Issue 9, 1999, Pages 1848-1855.

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tumor necrosis factor

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To assess the effects of continuous venovenous hemofiltration (CWH) on global and regional hemodynamics, plasma lactate, and tumor necrosis factor-oa (TNF-a) levels during endotoxic shock in dogs.Thirty pentobarbital-anesthetized and mechanically ventilated dogs were divided into six groups of five dogs each. Group 1 served as a control, ...More

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