Short-term cardiovascular effects of plasmapheresis in norepinephrine-refractory septic shock

@article{Ataman2002ShorttermCE,
  title={Short-term cardiovascular effects of plasmapheresis in norepinephrine-refractory septic shock},
  author={K. Ataman and M. Jehmlich and Sabine Kock and Sabine Neumann and M. Leischik and Zoran M Filipovic and Hans-Bernd Hopf},
  journal={Intensive Care Medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={28},
  pages={1164-1167}
}
AbstractAbstract Objective. To examine the short-term cardiovascular effects of plasmapheresis in seven patients (six surgical, one medical) with norepinephrine-refractory septic shock. Design and setting. Retrospective observational study in a secondary community hospital Interventions. Plasmapheresis was performed as follows: blood flow, 120 ml/min; exchange volume, 10 fresh frozen plasma (ca. 2200 ml) at rate of 13 ml/min; anticoagulation, unfractionated heparin 200–300/IU/h. Five… CONTINUE READING

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