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Vestn Ross Akad Med Nauk. 2016;71(3):341-9. doi: 10.15690/vramn709.

[Methods of Molecular Transfusion in Intensive Care of Critical States in Pediatric Postoperative Cardiac Surgery Patients].

[Article in Russian]


Molecular techniques in transfusion medicine have become popular in the clinical practice of pediatric intensive care units when the patient needs blood purification, more recently, in children in critical condition. Considering the anatomical and physiological characteristics of the child’s body, pronounced severity, and rapid progression of multiple organ disorders, the key problems defining the treatment results are instrument reading, choice and timely initiation of extracorporeal therapy. Today, along with the methods of renal replacement therapy in children albumin dialysis therapy and high-volume plasmapheresis are successfully applied in the treatment of acute liver dysfunction; extracorporeal membrane oxygenation — in the treatment of biventricular cardiac and/or respiratory failure. Selective endotoxin sorption methods (LPS-adsorption) are implemented in the treatment of severe gram-negative sepsis.


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