Plasmaperfusion

Description

Plasmaperfusion allows to removes specific substances from the plasma by adsorption. It has on hemoperfusion the interest to lead to less side effects while compared to cascade filtration it is more specific for the targeted substances. Plasmaperfusion can be used for both acute and chronic diseases, such as cascade filtration, and with the same frequency.

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Technical information

Plasmaperfusion is a 2 steps process during which plasma is first extracted from the blood and then circulated through a sorbent designed to retain some specific substances such as antibodies, Lp(a) or LDL cholesterol. The sorbent can be either single use and discarded at the end of the treatment or re-usable and regenerated after and/or during treatment.

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