Endogenous Endotoxemia During Hemorrhagic Shock in the Subhuman Primate
Medical research progress rept. no. 22
NAVAL MEDICAL RESEARCH INST BETHESDA MD
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Ischemic bowel damage resulting in endogenous endotoxemia is not a common feature of hemorrhagic shock in baboons. The observed sporadic endotoxemia occurs no more frequently during shock than in the baseline period, and is not related to the duration or degree of severity of hemorrhagic shock in this subhuman primate species.
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