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Optimize Your Cardiac OR with Normothermic Regional Perfusion (NRP)

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Baroreceptor Reflexes

Cardiac and General Anesthesiology

Baroreceptor reflexes are an essential part of the body's autonomic nervous system, responsible for regulating blood pressure and maintaining homeostasis. In conclusion, baroreceptor reflexes are an essential component of the body's autonomic nervous system, responsible for regulating blood pressure and maintaining homeostasis.

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Perioperative renal protection

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However, accumulating evidence suggests patients are at risk of adverse effects to acid–base homeostasis, renal vasoconstriction, reduced glomerular filtration rate, increased risk of acute kidney injury, and death. Globally, the most frequently employed isotonic crystalloid is 0.9% sodium chloride.

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ANESTHESIA FOR PATIENTS WITH RENAL DISEASE

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The third stage of adaptation involves sodium homeostasis and regulation of the extracellular fluid compartment volume. In contrast to the levels of other solutes, sodium balance remains intact despite progressive deterioration in renal function and variations in dietary intake.