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Table 1 Hemodynamic parameters in animals at baseline and after sea water drowning

From: Continuous venovenous hemofiltration decreases mortality and ameliorates acute lung injury in canine model of severe salt water drowning

  Baseline 15 min 60 min 120 min 180 min 240 min
mABP(mmHg)
 Control 153 ± 22 127 ± 27* 124 ± 35* 125 ± 28* 118 ± 41* 113 ± 50*
 CVVH 149 ± 25 128 ± 19* 126 ± 17* 132 ± 27 135 ± 15 134 ± 29
HR(beat/min)
 Control 194 ± 29 132 ± 39* 139 ± 24* 128 ± 22* 122 ± 28* 120 ± 39*
 CVVH 204 ± 33 146 ± 34* 134 ± 18* 136 ± 37* 138 ± 29* 128 ± 22*
CVP(cmH 2 O)
 Control 9.91 ± 1.43 9.03 ± 1.78 10.18 ± 1.71 10.52 ± 1.23 10.21 ± 1.43 9.37 ± 2.15
 CVVH 10.21 ± 2.62 9.73 ± 3.52 10.59 ± 4.28 11.19 ± 3.98 11.03 ± 4.87 11.28 ± 4.11
Osmolarity (mOs/kg)
 Control 291 ± 11 313 ± 13* 311 ± 7* 307 ± 10* 311 ± 4* 318 ± 6*
 CVVH 297 ± 15 312 ± 7* 316 ± 12* 315 ± 21* 326 ± 9* # 332 ± 11*#
  1. Hemodynamic parameters were monintored in animals before and 15, 50, 120, 180, and 240 minutes after involuntary intratracheal sea water infusion. All animals received mechanical ventilation after sea water infusion and then were randomly divided into control and CVVH group *p < 0.05, vs, the same group of animals before infusion (baseline); #p < 0.05, vs, animals in control group at the same time point