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human albumin

A sterile solution of serum albumin obtained from healthy blood donors. It is administered intravenously to restore blood volume.
See also: albumin
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Technavio's report, Global Human Albumin Market 2016-2020, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
The search focused on randomised, controlled trials (RCTs), quasi-RCTs and randomised, crossover studies investigating the use of human albumin, alone or in combination with other fluids for treatment of IDH in maintenance haemodialysis patients.
Using the particle-enhanced turbidity inhibition assay (a competitive assay) for human albumin on the DuPont aca[R], response curves for monkey albumin were shifted about 10-fold relative to human albumin, whereas the LX20 assay had nearly equivalent reactivity with monkey and human albumin (38).
In January 1998, a 44-year-old patient in a Maine hospital underwent TPE with 5% human albumin prepared by diluting 25% human albumin 1:5 with sterile water to treat cryoglobulinemia.
This 2012 Deep Research Report on the China Human Albumin Industry is a professional and in-depth research report on the China Human Albumin industry.
The influence of the aminoglycosides on both urine and the human albumin solution was statistically significant (ANOVA, P <0.
So far only human albumin and recombinant coagulation factor VIII are allowed to be imported from foreign countries.
Supply of 24,000 fials of human albumin of 20 % concentration.
Contract awarded for acquisition of vitamin b1, haloperidol, vecuronium bromide, human albumin, sodium chloride, dextrose, lidocaina dental, folic acid to the hospital departmental solola
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Contract awarded for acquisition of human albumin, moh no.

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