2 edition of Advances in Blood Substitutes found in the catalog.
Advances in Blood Substitutes
Robert M. Winslow
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||336|
Artificial blood is a product made to act as a substitute for red blood cells. While true blood serves many different functions, artificial blood is designed for the sole purpose of transporting oxygen and carbon dioxide throughout the body. Development of the first blood substitutes dates back to the early s, and the search for the. Artificial blood also avoids shelf life issues - donor blood can be stored for a maximum of 42 days before use, and starts to degrade in quality shortly after collection. Outsmarting obstacles.
This book is a general yet comprehensive overview of historic and contemporary issues and research in red blood cell substitutes. It is intended to provide a comprehensive overview of current strategic fundamental programs and clinical development of red blood cell substitutes. This is a worthy objective and the book meets the editors' : $ Abstract. The year in the “blood substitute” literature continued to follow the trends set in and That is, there appears to be less emphasis on specific biochemical modifications of hemoglobin and perfluorocarbon chemistry, and more on clinical trials and related issues.
"This book should be a standard reference volume in every blood bank and department of hematology in virtually every hospital. The editors should be commended for compiling such a readable text that is clear and easily understood which also contains consistent themes about transfusion practices and the dangers of allogenic blood.". 50th Anniversary of Artificial Cells: Their Role in Biotechnology, Nanomedicine, Regenerative Medicine, Blood Substitutes, Bioencapsulation, Cell/Stem Cell Therapy and Nanorobotics. Thomas Ming Swi Chang Volume 1 of Book Series on Regenerative Medicine, Artificial Cells Advances in green synthesis of nanoparticles Gour et al. Volume
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This book is not a "proceedings" volume. Rather the chapters are essays by experts in the field of blood substitutes, invited by the editors to con tribute to the "Current Issues in Blood Substitutes Research and Development" course given in San Diego, March Manufacturer: Birkhäuser.
Series: Advances in Blood Substitutes (Book 3) Hardcover: pages; Publisher: Birkhäuser; edition (Septem ) Language: English; ISBN ; ISBN ; Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a reviewCited by: Each chapter of this volume is a contribution from an expert in the field, chosen by the editors to contribute to the "Current Issues in Blood Substitute Research and Development" course given in San Diego, March Each chapter of this volume is a contribution from an expert in the field, chosen by the editors to contribute to the "Current Issues in Blood Substitute Research and Development" course given in San Diego, March The contributors were selected because of their expertise in areas which.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for [Advances in Blood Substitutes: Blood Substitutes: New Challenges (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at. Blood Substitutes describes the rationale, current approaches, clinical efficacy, and design issues for all blood substitutes now in clinical trials.
The many summary diagrams and tables help make the book accessible to readers such as surgeons and blood Advances in Blood Substitutes book, who have less technical expertise than the biochemists and hematologists who are Author: Robert M.
Winslow. Product Information. Significant advances have recently been made towards the widespread use of blood substitutes in clinical practice. These contributions, from experts in the field, discuss areas such as pharmacoeconomics, cancer treatment, improved red cell preservation, polyethylene glycol modification of haemoglobin, and the way in which cell-free oxygen carriers nourish tissues.
1 Blood Substitutes: in the Literature.- 2 Blood Substitutes and the Intestinal Microcirculation: Extravasation and Ultrastructural Alterations.- 3 A Discussion of Pharmacoeconomics Applied to Blood Substitutes.- 4 Tumor Microcirculation: Role in Drug and Nutrient Delivery.- 5 The Pressor Effect of Hemoglobin -- Good or Bad?.- 6 Perflubron.
Advances in Blood Substitutes: Industrial Opportunities and Medical Challenges by R. Winslow Overview - Each chapter of this volume is a contribution from an expert in the field, chosen by the editors to contribute to the "Current Issues in Blood Substitute Research and Development" course given in San Diego, March Advances in Blood Substitutes by Robert M.
Winslow,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Biotechnology of Blood presents research on applications of biotechnology to blood and its components.
The book is organized into four parts. Part I begins with an overview of the blood business in order to provide background of the industry, to identify problems, and perhaps some solutions that rely on the scientific advances made possible by biotechnology.
Blood Substitutes describes the rationale, current approaches, clinical efficacy, and design issues for all blood substitutes now in clinical trials.
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[Robert M Winslow; Kim D Vandegriff; Marcos Intaglietta] -- Each chapter of this volume is a contribution from an expert in the field, chosen by the editors to contribute to the "Current Issues in Blood Substitute Research and Development" course given.
ideal blood substitute should also have the oxygen-carrying capacity of hemoglobin, be less antigenic, require no compati-bility testing, have a long shelf life (preferably at room temper-ature), have a long intravascular half life, and be free of toxic-ity, side effects, and pathogens,21 Overview of the development of blood substitutes 2.
The book covers from the late 17th century to the present, detailing experiments with animal Blood, the long ban on transfusions, direct artery-to-vein suture between donor and recipient, the great debacle during the AIDS crisis of theand today's global Blood banking industry, and a view of its' attendant business structure.
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The use of Blood products is also not entirely risk free. There is a risk of infection with serious Blood borne diseases such as with transfusion. Advances in science and technology promise much needed higher standards of safety in Blood collection.
Hyper-accurate tests, that in some cases. At least a third of the blood supply in the world is used to transfuse units of packed red blood cells for each intervention and most clinical trials of blood substitutes have been carried out.
Blood pressure is a measure of tension exerted by blood against the walls of the arteries. It de s the force of ventricular contraction, the resistance within the arterioles and the capillaries and the volume and viscosity of te measurement of blood pressure in the presence of findings in the history and physical examination of a patient can bring to light a diagnosis that may.
Blood substitutes, such as haemoglobin solutions and perfluorocarbons, are in phase III clinical trials, but their short half lives may limit usefulness. 18,19 Another approach to reducing unnecessary transfusion would be to enforce, either locally or nationally, a policy of blood components being prescribed only by senior doctors.
Recent advances in blood banking 1. RECENT ADVANCES IN BLOOD BANKING By: Dr Vinanti Golwilkar Guide: Dr ni 2. • Introduction • Historical aspects • Indian Scenario • Recent advances in transfusion medicine with respect to: Blood collection & storage -Grouping & cross-matching -TTD testing -Blood component separation: Apheresis • Blood substitutes • New technologies in.
Further advances, including the identification of more blood group systems, improvements in blood storage, the separation of plasma into therapeutic components, infectious disease testing, and improved screening of blood donors, continued throughout the 20th century and into the 21st, making transfusion therapy safe, effective and widely available.