Published in Blood Weekly, September 27th, 1999
M.F. Harmand and colleagues conducted a comparative in vitro assessment of four types of tubing representative of the materials currently used in cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) procedures. The research was conducted under static conditions using liquid extracts of the materials or direct contact with fresh human blood or serum ("In vitro Comparative Evaluation Under Static Conditions of the Hemocompatibility of Four Tubing for Cardiopulmonary Bypass," Biomaterials, September 1999;29(17):1561-1571).
The parameters monitored were biomarkers of...
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