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Professor Niels H. Secher, overlæge Frans Aa. Swiatek & overlæge Martin Egfjord H:S Rigshospitalet, Abdominalcenteret, Anæstersiologisk og Nefrologisk Klinik
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Ugeskr Læger 2006;168(49):4309-4311
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4309-4311
Summary Patients with kidney disease Ugeskr Læger 2006;168(49):4309-4311 For patients with kidney disease it is particularly important to secure normovolaemia before anaesthesia. By providing the volume that secures a maximal venous oxygen saturation or a maximal cardiac output, such a volume can be defined with an accuracy of 100-200 ml. Surgical procedures for the kidney patient are dominated by providing an i.v. access. The internal jugular vein is preferred after identification of its lumen by ultrasound.
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