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Albumin inhibits hemolysis of erythrocytes induced by ethanolamine oleate during endoscopic injection sclerotherapy.

@article{Ohta1993AlbuminIH,
  title={Albumin inhibits hemolysis of erythrocytes induced by ethanolamine oleate during endoscopic injection sclerotherapy.},
  author={Mitsuhiko Ohta and Makoto Hashizume and Kiichiro Ueno and Kazuo Tanoue and Keizo Sugimachi},
  journal={Hepato-gastroenterology},
  year={1993},
  volume={40 1},
  pages={
          65-8
        }
}
In attempts to avoid hemolytic nephropathy following injection of 5% ethanolamine oleate during endoscopic injection sclerotherapy for esophageal varices, the relationship between serum levels of albumin and hemolysis induced by ethanolamine oleate was investigated. The rate of hemolysis at various concentrations of ethanolamine oleate and albumin was examined using a spectrophotometer in ten cirrhotic patients and five healthy volunteers (controls). Hemolysis induced by ethanol-amine oleate… 
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