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Artificial Liver Support

  • Gorig Brunner
  • Friedrich Werner Schmidt

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXI
  2. General Aspects of Hepatic Failure

  3. Hemoperfusion

    1. S. M. Lang, J. Fennimore
      Pages 46-54
    2. Karl-Josef Gundermann, Kenichi Kimura, Siegfried Uhlhaas, Klaus Olek, Tschong Su Lie
      Pages 55-65
    3. Christopher J. Holloway, Gorig Brunner, Karl Harstick
      Pages 66-71
    4. Christopher J. Holloway, Manuela Kuntz, Diedrich Podehl
      Pages 72-75
    5. Carsten Dreyer, Günter Eckert, Ingrid Haeger, Christopher J. Holloway
      Pages 76-81
    6. H. W. M. de Koning, R. A. F. M. Chamuleau, L. C. Sederel, A. Bantjes
      Pages 82-88
    7. S. Sideman, L. Mor, L. S. Fishler, I. Thaler, J. M. Brandes
      Pages 103-109
    8. A. E. S. Gimson, J. Canalese, P. G. Langley, R. D. Hughes, Roger Williams
      Pages 115-120
    9. O. Bartels, M. Neidhardt, H. Schellberger
      Pages 121-125
    10. Calvin J. Ryan, James M. Courtney, Horst Klinkmann, Leslie H. Blumgart
      Pages 134-140
  4. Dialysis Procedures

  5. Amino Acid Level Concentration

  6. Plasmapheresis

    1. N. Inoue, M. Yoshiba, Z. Yamazaki, T. Sakai, K. Sanjo, K. Okada et al.
      Pages 175-180
    2. M. Luisa Zeneroli, Daniel F. Schafer, Jeanne G. Waggoner, E. Anthony Jones
      Pages 189-197
  7. Enzymatic Support

    1. L. Callegaro, E. Denti, A. Fontana
      Pages 198-201
    2. L. Callegaro, A. Boniolo, A. Malinverni
      Pages 202-207
    3. Ehrhard Anhalt, Christopher J. Holloway, Gorig Brunner, Ivar Trautschold
      Pages 208-213
    4. Frank Tegtmeier, Christopher J. Holloway, Gorig Brunner, Ivar Trautschold
      Pages 214-218
    5. W. Halwachs, W. Völkel, G. Brunner, K. Schügerl
      Pages 219-229
    6. J. Bohannon, L. Brinson, A. Matthews, S. S. Sofer, B. Stevens, B. Van Wie et al.
      Pages 236-246
  8. Isolated Liver Cells and Tissue

    1. Kenichi Kimura, Karl-Joseph Gundermann, Angelika Rasche, Tschung-Soo Lie
      Pages 254-259
    2. Michio Mito, Hidetaka Ebata, Mitsuo Kusano, Toshiro Onishi
      Pages 260-267
  9. Surgical Support

    1. L. C. Tung, R. Häring, D. Weber, J. Waldschmidt
      Pages 274-279
    2. M. Fischer, P. Botterman, S. v. Sommoggy, P. Schleicher, W. Erhardt
      Pages 280-285
    3. St. v. Sommoggy, P. Schleicher, S. Rakette, B. Fraunhofer, M. Fischer, A. Oberdorfer et al.
      Pages 286-292
    4. B. R. Kim, K.-J. Gundermann, K. Kimura, U. Grünn, T. S. Lie
      Pages 301-307
    5. Rosemary van Hoorn-Hickman, Del Kahn, John Terblanche
      Pages 308-314
    6. Christoph E. Broelsch, Martin Burdelski, Peter Neuhaus, Rudolf Pichlmayr
      Pages 317-321

About this book

Introduction

The regenerative capacity of the liver cell is almost unlimited. Therefore after acute liver damage, be it viral, toxic, hypoxic, or surgical in origin, restitutio ad integrum is the usual outcome. In two forms of liver disease, however, this is not the case: in fulmi­ nant hepatic failure, liver regeneration often is not fast enough to keep the organism alive; in end-stage cirrhosis, regeneration is dis­ turbed by a hypertrophic architecture of fibrotic tissue. For these extreme forms of liver disease and for critical situations before and after liver surgery, artificial liver support is needed. This book contains the latest results in this area of research pre­ sented by scientists from allover the world at an international symposium held in Celle, Germany, June 2-4, 1980. Exciting new methods like continuous membrane plasma sepa­ ration and liver cell transplantation into the spleen have been de­ veloped. The older methods of hemoperfusion and dialysis have been improved. Enzymological methods and liver transplantation have made good progress. We hope that this volume will help the clinician in his decision-making and stimulate ingenious new re­ search for the benefit of our liver patients.

Keywords

Hepatologie Hepatology Lebererkrankung Leberersatz Leberfunktionsstörung Liver Liver Diseases Surgery

Editors and affiliations

  • Gorig Brunner
    • 1
  • Friedrich Werner Schmidt
    • 2
  1. 1.Abteilung für Gastroenterologie und HepatologieMedizinische Hochschule HannoverHannover 51Germany
  2. 2.Abteilung für Gastroenterologie und HepatologieMedizinische Hochschule HannoverHannover 61Germany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-96629-3
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1981
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-96631-6
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-96629-3
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