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  1. The impact of fluid therapy on microcirculation and tissue oxygenation in hypovolemic patients: a review

    Joachim Boldt, Can Ince
    Volume 36, Number 8 / August, 2010

  2. The influence of a balanced volume replacement concept on inflammation, endothelial activation, and kidney integrity in elderly cardiac surgery patients

    Joachim Boldt, Stephan Suttner, Christian Brosch, Andreas Lehmann, Kerstin Röhm, Andinet Mengistu
    Volume 35, Number 3 / March, 2009

  3. PRO: hydroxyethylstarch can be safely used in the intensive care patient—the renal debate

    Joachim Boldt
    Volume 35, Number 8 / August, 2009
    Special Article

  4. Influence of different volume replacement strategies on inflammation and endothelial activation in the elderly undergoing major abdominal surgery

    Joachim Boldt, Michael Ducke, Bernhard Kumle, Michael Papsdorf, Ernst-Ludwig Zurmeyer
    Volume 30, Number 3 / March, 2004

  5. Volume replacement strategies on intensive care units: results from a postal survey

    J. Boldt, M. Lenz, B. Kumle, M. Papsdorf
    Volume 24, Number 2 / February, 1998

  6. Influence of two different volume replacement regimens on renal function in elderly patients undergoing cardiac surgery: comparison of a new starch preparation with gelatin

    Joachim Boldt, Thorsten Brenner, Andreas Lehmann, Johannes Lang, Bernhard Kumle, Christiane Werling
    Volume 29, Number 5 / May, 2003

  7. CONTRA: Hydroxyethyl starch solutions are unsafe in critically ill patients

    Christiane Hartog, Konrad Reinhart
    Volume 35, Number 8 / August, 2009
    Special Article

  8. Fluid resuscitation with 6 % hydroxyethyl starch (130/0.4 and 130/0.42) in acutely ill patients: systematic review of effects on mortality and treatment with renal replacement therapy

    David J. Gattas, Arina Dan, John Myburgh, Laurent Billot, Serigne Lo, Simon Finfer
    Volume 39, Number 4 / April, 2013

  9. Effects of a predominantly hydroxyethyl starch (HES)-based and a predominantly non HES-based fluid therapy on renal function in surgical ICU patients

    Franziska Schabinski, Janaina Oishi, Fabio Tuche, Alain Luy, Yasser Sakr, Donald Bredle, Christiane Hartog, Konrad Reinhart
    Volume 35, Number 9 / September, 2009

  10. Prevention of acute kidney injury and protection of renal function in the intensive care unit

    Michael Joannidis, Wilfred Druml, Lui G. Forni, A. B. Johan Groeneveld, Patrick Honore, Heleen M. Oudemans-van Straaten, Claudio Ronco, Marie R. C. Schetz, Arend Jan Woittiez
    Volume 36, Number 3 / March, 2010
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