The selective therapeutic apheresis procedures.

@article{Sanchez2013TheST,
  title={The selective therapeutic apheresis procedures.},
  author={Amber Paratore Sanchez and Robyn Cunard and David Mercer. Ward},
  journal={Journal of clinical apheresis},
  year={2013},
  volume={28 1},
  pages={
          20-9
        }
}
Selective apheresis procedures have been developed to target specific molecules, antibodies, or cellular elements in a variety of diseases. The advantage of the selective apheresis procedures over conventional therapeutic plasmapheresis is preservation of other essential plasma components such as albumin, immunoglobulins, and clotting factors. These procedures are more commonly employed in Europe and Japan, and few are available in the USA. Apheresis procedures discussed in this review include… CONTINUE READING
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