The plasma removal on indocyanine green and sulfobromophthalein: effect of dosage and blocking agents.

@article{Hunton1961ThePR,
  title={The plasma removal on indocyanine green and sulfobromophthalein: effect of dosage and blocking agents.},
  author={D B Hunton and J L Bollman and Harry N. Hoffman},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  year={1961},
  volume={40},
  pages={
          1648-55
        }
}
In 1950 Brauer and Pessotti (1) observed that the concentration of sulfobromophthalein in bile reached maximal values which were not influenced by further increments in infusion rate. In 1956 Combes, Wheeler, Childs and Bradley (2) introduced the concept of maximal biliary transport capacity for sulfobromophthalein. It is now generally held that when sulfobromophthalein is infused at a rate that exceeds the maximal biliary transport capacity, the biliary excretion of the dye remains relatively… CONTINUE READING

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