Arsine toxicity treated with red blood cell and plasma exchanges.

@article{Danielson2006ArsineTT,
  title={Arsine toxicity treated with red blood cell and plasma exchanges.},
  author={Constance F M Danielson and Julie L Houseworth and Elaine M Skipworth and Daniel Smith and Leo J McCarthy and Kristine A Na{\~n}agas},
  journal={Transfusion},
  year={2006},
  volume={46 9},
  pages={1576-9}
}
BACKGROUND Acute toxicity due to inhalation of arsine gas (AsH(3)) has no known antidote. Exchange transfusion may be beneficial, and dialysis is often required because arsine may cause acute intravascular hemolysis and renal failure. A patient with arsine toxicity has recently been treated by both red blood cell exchange (RBC-E) and plasma exchange (PE… CONTINUE READING