Hematology (Autoimmune Diseases and Conditions)
Plasmapheresis Using Colloids, Albumin, or Cryosupernatant
Pentastarch instead of albumin as replacement fluid for therapeutic plasma exchange. The Canadian Apheresis Group.
Source: J Clin Apheresis 1997;12(4):165-9.
Indexed: PubMed 9483177
Source: Intensive Care Med 1997;23(3):342-4.
Indexed: PubMed 9083239
Starch and albumin mixture as replacement fluid in therapeutic plasma exchange is safe and effective.
Source: J Clin Apher 2008;23(5):163-7.
Indexed: PubMed 18819155
Tryptophan-immobilized column-based immunoadsorption as the choice method for plasmapheresis in Guillain-Barré syndrome.
Source: Ther Apher Dial 2004;8(3):248-53.
Indexed: PubMed 15154879
Hydroxyethylstarch as a replacement fluid in therapeutic plasma exchange for lupus nephritis in a Jehovah's Witness.
Source: Transfus Apheresis Sci 2003;28(1):101-2.
Indexed: PubMed 12620275
Source: Ther Apher 2000;4(3):195-7.
Indexed: PubMed 10910018
Pentastarch as partial replacement fluid for therapeutic plasma exchange: effect on plasma proteins, adverse events during treatment, and serum ionized calcium.
Source: J Clin Apher 1999;14(3):114-21.
Indexed: PubMed 10540365
Treatment of thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura with the cryosupernatant fraction of plasma: a case report and review of the literature.
Source: Am J Med Sci 1999;318(3):190-3.
Indexed: PubMed 10487410