Hemodynamic consequences of intravenously given E. coli suspension

Observations in a fulminant sepsis model in pigs, a descriptive case-control study

Mariann Berhés, N. Németh, Katalin Peto, Ádám Deák, Endre Hajdú, Ábel Molnár, Péter Árkosy, J. Szabó, B. Fülesdi

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Background: The aim of the present work was to assess systemic hemodynamic changes using PiCCo monitoring in a porcine model of E. coli-induced fulminant sepsis. Methods: Thirty-one healthy female Hungahib pigs were randomly assigned into control (n = 15) or septic groups (n = 16). In the sepsis group Escherichia coli culture was intravenously administrated in a continuously increasing manner according to the following protocol: 2 ml of bacterial culture suspended in physiological saline was injected in the first 30 min, then 4 ml of bacterial culture was administered within 30 min, followed by infusion of 32 ml bacterial culture for 2 h. Control animals received identical amount of saline infusion. Systemic hemodynamic parameters were assessed by PiCCo monitoring in both groups. Results: Resting hemodynamic parameters were identical in the two groups. In control animals, systemic hemodynamic variables were relatively stable during the entire procedure. In septic animals shock developed in 165 (IQR: 60-255) min after starting the injection of E. coli solution. Blood pressure values gradually decreased, whereas pulse rate increased. A decrease in cardiac index, an increased systemic vascular resistance, and a decreased stroke volume variation were observed. Conclusions: These results may serve as additional pathophysiological information of hemodynamic changes occurring during hypodynamic sepsis and may contribute to a better understanding of the pathomechanism of septic multiple organ failure.

Original languageEnglish
Article number11
JournalEuropean journal of medical research
Volume24
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Feb 13 2019

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Case-Control Studies
Sepsis
Suspensions
Swine
Hemodynamics
Escherichia coli
Multiple Organ Failure
Septic Shock
Vascular Resistance
Stroke Volume
Heart Rate
Blood Pressure
Injections

Keywords

  • E. coli
  • Experimental sepsis
  • PiCCo monitoring

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  • Medicine(all)

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Hemodynamic consequences of intravenously given E. coli suspension : Observations in a fulminant sepsis model in pigs, a descriptive case-control study. / Berhés, Mariann; Németh, N.; Peto, Katalin; Deák, Ádám; Hajdú, Endre; Molnár, Ábel; Árkosy, Péter; Szabó, J.; Fülesdi, B.

In: European journal of medical research, Vol. 24, No. 1, 11, 13.02.2019.

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