polygeline

polygeline

A plasma substitute blood volume expander used to treat shock from blood loss, burns, peritonitis, pancreatitis and crush injuries. A brand name is Haemaccel.
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The safety profile of polygeline in nerves and the safe use of other colloids such as dextran with local anesthetics in previous studies were explained in detail to the patients.
But, addition of polygeline may act at a physical level to cause prolongation, which may not be influenced by the type of local anesthetic.
Randomized trial comparing albumin, dextran 70, and polygeline in cirrhotic patients with ascites treated by paracentesis.
Group A was given 500 ml Polygeline as preloading solution while group B received 1 liter of Ringer's Lactate as preloading solution just before administration of spinal anaesthesia.
Conclusion: Polygeline is more effective than Ringer's Lactate as preloading fluid in preventing hypotension for caesarean section under spinal anaesthesia.
The two common forms of gelatin solutions in clinical use today are urea-linked gelatin or polygeline (Haemaccel[R], Piramal Healthcare Ltd, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India) and succinylated gelatin (Gelofusine[R], B.
It can be inferred from the above that HES prevents hypotension better than polygeline and ringer lactate.
The aetiology and pathogenesis of cardiopulmonary bypass-associated metabolic acidosis using polygeline pump prime.
5% polygeline increases the SIG, due to the weak acid activity of gelatin.
9% nacl) - 500 ml, bottle - 5% dns - 500 ml, bottle - electrolyte p - 500 ml, bottle - electrolyte m - 500 ml, bottle - mannitol 20 % - 100 ml, bottle - polygeline 3.