Vanya I Petrova

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Patients with idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) tolerated well plasmapheresis. In no cases hemorrhage intensification was observed. An immediate clinical effect was recorded in all patients that correlated with the immunological parameters improvement in most of them. The platelet count significantly rose only in one patient immediately after the(More)
AIM To study the effect of plasmapheresis (PA) on the changes in plasma total protein in the PA intervals in patients with paraproteinemic hemoblastosis (PPH). MATERIALS AND METHODS 26 PPH patients underwent 80 PA procedures to remove macromolecular pathological proteins and diminish blood viscosity. Before PA the patients were examined hematologically,(More)
AIM To calculate parameters of replacement in which the amount of total protein (TP) in the circulating blood remains above critical level after removal of 17-75% of circulating plasm volume (CPL). MATERIAL AND METHODS Therapeutic plasmapheresis (TPA) was made in 96 patients with rheumatoid arthritis, bronchial asthma, systemic lupus erythematosus and(More)
Hyperproteinemia values were studied before and after plasmapheresis in 32 rheumatoid arthritis patients with no manifest circulatory disorders. Mathematical patterns enabling prediction of changes in protein concentration depending on the volume of removed plasma and the type of substitution have been proposed for 3 alternative regimens of the procedure(More)
In 32 patients with RA before and after lymphocyto- and/or plasmapheresis the authors determined the content of high molecular protein fraction (macroproteins) in the blood plasma. In the consecutive analysis of the body response and procedure effects it was found out that decrease in the level of macroproteins correlated with the changes of immunological(More)