By H. J. Gurland (auth.), C. Th. Smit Sibinga, L. Kater (eds.)
The first foreign assembly on Apheresis used to be held in Dyon in 1984. on the congress it turned transparent that either the technical and healing facets built very quickly and it seemed fruitful to collect the investigators of the various nations operating within the components. at the moment immunology had come to pervade many scientific specialities, and hemapheresis, specifically plasmapheresis used to be thought of a healing software in lots of immunological illnesses which hitherto had proved to be deadly. New easy methods to establish convinced antibodies and circulating immune complexes within the serum and the probabilities to take away them from the blood by way of a number of thoughts (filtration, centrifugation, immunoabsorp tion) ended in a virtually out of control use of plasma alternate in numerous illnesses. when you consider that then the technical probabilities of this method have been extra famous, as was once the effect of immunology on many ailments, and the chances to gather particular parts for healing pur poses. but additionally we turned conscious of the constrained contributions of anec dotal info on successes or mess ups of apheresis as adjuvant therapy. as a result foreign potential reports have been initiated to make severe review attainable of apheresis in numerous diseases.
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V' displaced by the pulsations inside the filter can be varied by moving the silicon tube away or towards the hinge. 5 ml for a mean inlet blood flow of 50 mllmin. , manufactured by AKZO (Wuppertal). Dideco BT900 of 1000 cm 2 membrane area and Fresenius PI (2500 cm 2 ) as well as prototype filters of various sizes were used in this study. Sml 1250 C S25 2117. C. D. Hin~ Normal flow E ! 1000 UJ > ""en 90 ~ 15 60 , 0 750 a: .... 500 u: 30 ""10 :l; en 250 .... ""0. ""0. 0 UJ 120 . . 0 " 0 :l; UJ .
Rock G, McCombie N, Fuller V, Tittley P. Comparison of manual and machine plasmapheresis techniques. Plasma Ther Transfus Technol 1988;9: 337-42. Schooneman F, Streiff F. Use of a new plasma separation membrane for plasma donation. Technical and biological results. Artificial Organs 1988; 12:526-9. Montagnani G, Baldini E, Rinaldi V, Panzani I. Continuous singleneedle donor plasma filtration. Plasma Ther Transfus Technol 1985;6:391-5. Gilcher RO. Plasmapheresis technology. 1): 35-9. Rock G, Tittley P, McCombie N.
R. I. B. Schorr* Introduction Both manual and automated systems for collecting source plasma are available now, with manual methodology being progressively phased out. Automated methods rely on one of three technologies - centrifugation, membrane filtration, and centrifugation combined with membrane filtration. Each of these has been in use for at least several years and all have proven acceptable with respect to the primary issues of donor safety and plasma quality [1-11]. In selecting a specific system a number of criteria should be considered.
Advances in Haemapheresis: Proceedings of the Third International Congress of the World Apheresis Association. April 9–12,1990, Amsterdam, The Netherlands by H. J. Gurland (auth.), C. Th. Smit Sibinga, L. Kater (eds.)