Ischemia-modified albumin and adenosine plasma concentrations are associated with severe systemic inflammatory response syndrome after cardiopulmonary bypass.

@article{Ne2013IschemiamodifiedAA,
  title={Ischemia-modified albumin and adenosine plasma concentrations are associated with severe systemic inflammatory response syndrome after cardiopulmonary bypass.},
  author={Laetitia N{\'e}e and Roch Giorgi and Vlad Garibaldi and Laurie Bruzzese and Doroth{\'e}e Blayac and Julien Fromonot and Nathalie Kipson and Maurice Bellezza and Pierre Jean Lejeune and R{\'e}gis P Guieu and François Kerbaul},
  journal={Journal of critical care},
  year={2013},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={747-55}
}
PURPOSE Severe systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) occurring after cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) is a common cause of mortality during cardiac surgery. These syndromes are characterized by vasoplegia and ischemia-reperfusion phenomenom. Adenosine is a strong endogenous vasodilating agent, which may be involved in blood pressure failure during CPB… CONTINUE READING