Background. Use of intravenous furosemide is generally avoided in critically ill neonates and infants soon after open heart operations to prevent fluctuations in intravascular volume and resulting circulatory instability.Methods. To assess and compare the safety and efficacy of continuous versus intermittent intravenous furosemide, we undertook a prospective, randomized trial in 26 consecutive patients...
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