Albumin and packed red blood cells in the treatment of severely isoimmunised pregnancies

L Marianowski, R Debski, T Rokicki, K Pasek, E Lukaszewicz, J Gromadzki
Materia Medica Polona. Polish Journal of Medicine and Pharmacy 1992, 24 (4): 260-1
The most effective method of treatment of severe cases of fetal haemolytic disease are intrauterine intravascular transfusions. In some hydroptic cases however, the administration of only packed red blood cells produces unsuccessful results. We found that albumin supplementation paralleled with PRBC injection significantly increases the effectiveness of intravascular treatment.

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