Case Reports in Transplantation / 2013 / Article / Fig 1

Case Report

Use of Methylene Blue for Treatment of Severe Sepsis in an Immunosuppressed Patient after Liver Transplantation

Figure 1

(a) Graph showing blood pressure variations across time period; blood pressure (Blue—SBP; brown—DBP; green—MAP) in Y axis and time elapsed in hours from postprocedure day 1 to post procedure 3 in X axis. (b) Graph showing phenylephrine infusion with infusion rate (mcg/min) in Y axis and time elapsed in hours from postprocedure day 1 to postprocedure 3 in X axis. (c) Graph showing norepinephrine infusion with infusion rate (mcg/kg/min) in Y axis and time elapsed in hours from postprocedure day 1 to postprocedure 3 in X axis. (d) Graph showing vasopressin infusion with infusion rate (Units/min) in Y axis and time elapsed in hours from postprocedure day 1 to postprocedure 3 in X axis. (e) Graph showing epinephrine infusion with infusion rate (mcg/kg/min) in Y axis and time elapsed in hours from postprocedure day 1 to postprocedure 3 in X axis. (f) Graph showing dobutamine infusion with infusion rate (mcg/kg/min) in Y axis and time elapsed in hours from postprocedure day 1 to postprocedure 3 in X axis. Double dash vertical lines across graphs (a, b, c, d, e and f) depict the period of methylene blue (MB) infusion.
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