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A novel system for combined plasmapheresis and adsorption in the treatment of sepsis, based on activated carbon

Owen, H.L.H. and Rouse, J.J. and Courtney, J.M. and Smith, E.M. and Howell, C.A. and Sandeman, S.R. and Phillips, G.J. and Lloyd, A.W. and Mikhalovsky, S.V. and Tennison, S.R. and Rawlinson, A.P. and Gaylor, J.D.S. (2005) A novel system for combined plasmapheresis and adsorption in the treatment of sepsis, based on activated carbon. In: The British Carbon Group Workshop - Carbon Materials: Science and Art, 2005-03-21 - 2005-03-22.

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Abstract

This paper looks at a novel system for combined plasmapheresis and adsorption in the treatment of sepsis, based on activated carbon