September - 2013
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New Engl J Med, 2013, 369:1243-51
This review paper forms part of the New England Journal's excellent critical care series. We are taken on a history of the use of IV fluid for resuscitation, including;
- The start in 1832 when Lewins used alkalinising salt solutions for cholera
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