Category Fluids
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Global Increased Permeability Syndrome

Global Increased Permeability Syndrome (GIPS) "is characterised by high capillary leak index (CLI, expressed as the ratio of CRP over albumin x 100), excess interstitial fluid and persistent high extravascular lung water index (EVLWI), no late conservative fluid management (LCFM) achievement, and progression to organ failure"
CCC Critical Care compendium 340

Albumin

Albumin: colloid solution; 4, 10, 20%; use in the critically unwell is controversial
CCC Critical Care compendium 340

Blood Products

OVERVIEW important indications doses blood product compatibilities IMPORTANT INDICATIONS Packed red blood cells (PRBCs) Hb <100 and high risk of myocardial ischemia severe anemia (e.g. Hb<70) major active bleeding and Hb<100 Platelets <10 <20 and high risk (fever, neutropenia, antibiotics,…