Published in Blood Weekly, November 23rd, 2006
Study 1: New research, "Blood volume regulation in donors undergoing intermittent-flow plasmapheresis involving a high extracorporeal blood volume," is the subject of a report. "Intermittent-flow plasmapheresis (IFP) often involves a large extracorporeal blood volume (ECV) of donors during donation. Depending on equipment and donor characteristics, ECV can exceed 20 percent of a donor's blood volume (BV)," scientists writing in the journal Transfusion report.
"It was the aim of this study to delineate mechanisms of BV regulation associated with these volume...
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