The presence of a large patient pool with intraoperative complications is one of the key factors contributing to the growth of the artificial blood substitutes
Uncontrolled hypertension Table 3: The possible advantages of blood substitutes
over human blood Advantages 1.
Chapter 3 provides an overview of the leading blood substitutes
deals since 2009.
Innovative approaches to developing a potential blood substitute
involves expertise in any combination of biotechnology, physiology, biophysics, biochemistry, chemical engineering, enzyme engineering, biomedical engineering, genetic engineering, clinical medicine, chemistry, and polymer chemistry.
However, the study protocol allows PolyHeme to be given for up to 12 hours after arrival at the hospital in those patients who received the blood substitute
during the ambulance ride.
This blood substitute
can be produced in large quantities and stored for two years at 41[degrees]F, and for more than four months at 86[degrees]F, compared to 40 days at 39[degrees]F for natural blood.
First-generation blood substitutes
have the major goal of augmenting the oxygen-carrying capacity of patients' red blood cells, which contain the hemoglobin.
Have scientists created any blood substitutes
to help prevent a shortage?
Petersburg, Fla., will discuss its experiments with perfluorinated hydrocarbons--compounds mainly used as synthetic blood substitutes
and soldering fluids--as additives to rigid urethane and isocyanurate insulating foams.
2 April 2013 - Russian diversified holding company Sistema JSFC (LON:SSA) said on Tuesday pharmaceutical unit CJSC Binnopharm had combined its assets with infusion solutions and blood substitutes
specialist Alium Group of Companies.
However, Prof Tsai said the need for blood substitutes
would increase as the population ages.