‘Although it is plausible that the use of a conservative fluid management strategy was associated with an increased risk for long-term cognitive impairment,’Mikkelsen said, ‘based on the small sample size and an unclear mechanism of this finding warrants confirmation. ‘.. Enrollment in a conservative fluid management strategy was significantly associated with the development of cognitive impairment and lower partial pressure of arterial oxygen saturation during the study was associated with a significantly increased risk of both cognitive and psychiatric impairment.
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