The use of furosemide in critically ill trauma patients: A retrospective review
Daniel Dante Yeh, Julin F. Tang, and Yuchiao Chang
J Emerg Trauma Shock. 2014 Apr-Jun; 7(2): 83–87.
The data suggests that the administration of furosemide in hemodynamically stable, critically ill trauma patients is effective in limiting excessive fluid gain without causing detrimental effects in heart rate, blood pressure, or renal function.