SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE. Hydroelectrolytic balance and cerebral relaxation with hypertonic isoncotic saline versus mannitol (20%) during elective neuroanesthesia. A fundamental basis of clinical surgery is the patients’ hydroelectrolytic balance. In conjunction with this topic, the distribution of electrolytes aming the hydric. Open Access. Hydroelectrolytic Balance and Cerebral Relaxation with Hypertonic Isoncotic Saline versus Mannitol (20%) During Elective Neuroanesthesia.

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Skip to search form Skip to main content. Frequently, neurosurgical patients have sodium imbalances.

The objective of the present study was to quantify and determine cerebral hyddoelectrolytic and duration of hydroelectrolytic changes secondary to the use of mannitol versus hypertonic isoncotic solution HIS during neurosurgery.

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