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Clinical Experience

  • H. Kiesewetter
  • B. Angelkort
  • J. Blume
  • F. Jung
  • S. Spitzer
  • M. Gerhards
  • E. Wenzel
  • G. Leipnitz
  • R. Bach
  • A. Birk
  • H. Schieffer
  • H. Böhme
  • I. Bulik
  • S. Erlenwein
  • W. Vogel
  • J. Dyckmans
  • G. Berg
  • L. Bette
  • A. Haass
  • J. Schwab
  • L. Heilmann
  • S. Wolf
  • B. Bertram
  • M. Reim
  • H.-J. Wilhelm
  • R. Hubertus
  • J. Simon
  • T. Tormann
  • T. Holbach

Abstract

In clinical use of hemodilution, the phlebotomy intervals correspond well with those determined theoretically [180, 182, 184, 187]. Therefore, a moderately elevated hemoglobin synthesis is taken as normal. Some clinical observations are described below. The desired hematocrit was 40%.

Keywords

Hydroxyethyl Starch Plasma Viscosity Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease Erythrocyte Aggregation Blood Fluidity 
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Copyright information

© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1992

Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Kiesewetter
  • B. Angelkort
  • J. Blume
  • F. Jung
  • S. Spitzer
  • M. Gerhards
  • E. Wenzel
  • G. Leipnitz
  • R. Bach
  • A. Birk
  • H. Schieffer
  • H. Böhme
  • I. Bulik
  • S. Erlenwein
  • W. Vogel
  • J. Dyckmans
  • G. Berg
  • L. Bette
  • A. Haass
  • J. Schwab
  • L. Heilmann
  • S. Wolf
  • B. Bertram
  • M. Reim
  • H.-J. Wilhelm
  • R. Hubertus
  • J. Simon
  • T. Tormann
  • T. Holbach

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