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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Established venous channel, patients received Polygeline Injection 12 ml/kg for volume expansion, after which epidural catheter was placed through the T6-7 space in the left lateral decubitus position.
A litre or two of Hartmann's solution is commonly recommended, though colloid solution such as 5% albumin and polygeline (Haemaccel) are effective in reducing hypotension at lower volumes than is crystalloid solution.
Efficacy of polygeline preloading in prevention of hypotension following CSEA.
Monescillo et al., "Randomized trial comparing albumin, dextran 70, and polygeline in cirrhotic patients with ascites treated by paracentesis," Gastroenterology, vol.
Multiple polygeline fluid boluses were given and a noradrenaline infusion was started.
[3] Polygeline is available as a 3.5% solution in 500 mL plastic bottles (hemaccel), and, in addition to polygeline, the other contents are sodium, potassium, calcium, and chloride ions.
Objective: To assess efficacy of colloid (Polygeline) over crystalloid (Lactated Ringer) preloading in preventing hypotension in patients undergoing 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.
The aetiology and pathogenesis of cardiopulmonary bypass-associated metabolic acidosis using polygeline pump prime.