Colloid volume loading does not mitigate decreases in central blood volume during simulated haemorrhage while heat stressed

C. G. Crandall, T. E. Wilson, J. Marving, M. Bundgaard-Nielsen, T. Seifert, T. L. Klausen, F. Andersen, N. H. Secher, B. Hesse

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