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Shock treatment in gastro intestinal bleeding with 3.5 percent iso cyanate cross linked poly peptide solution


, : Shock treatment in gastro intestinal bleeding with 3.5 percent iso cyanate cross linked poly peptide solution. Der Anaesthesist 31(7): 337-339

In a prospective study infusion of 3.5% isocyanate crosslinked polypeptide solution 500 ml (Haemaccel 3.5%) were given to patients with gastrointestinal-bleeding for shock treatment and prophylaxis. The increase in intravascular volume was satisfactory. Undesirable side effects (anaphylaxis, anaphylactoid reaction, coagulopathy, oliguria) were not observed.

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