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Table 2 Fluid therapy

From: Early fluid resuscitation with hydroxyethyl starch 130/0.4 (6%) in severe burn injury: a randomized, controlled, double-blind clinical trial

Variable HES (n = 23) Lactated Ringer’s (n = 22)
Pre-hospital crystalloids, mL 2,000 (1,000, 2,500) 1,800 (1,000, 3,600)
Pre-hospital colloids, mL 0 (0, 0) 0 (0, 0)
Baxter formula, mL 9,000 (5,880, 13,536) 8,520 (7,920, 18,080)
Total fluids at day 1, mL 10,050 (6,700, 16,800) 11,575 (9,300, 19,770)
Total fluids at day 2, mL 5,500 (3,750, 8,825) 5,025 (3,180, 9,300)
Total fluids at day 3, mL 3,340 (2,060, 7,000) 4,150 (1,640, 6,100)
Total fluids at days 1–3, mL 19,535 (13,820, 29,770) 21,190 (14,760, 33,960)
Total crystalloids at days 1–3, mL 13,200 (10,075, 19,020) 21,190 (14,760, 33,960)
Total colloids at days 1–3, mL 5,650 (3,745, 9,000) 0 (0, 0)
  1. Data are represented as median (25th and 75th percentiles). HES, hydroxyethyl starch.