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Plasbumin-5 (Albumin) - Drug Interactions, Contraindications, Overdosage, etc

 
 



DRUG INTERACTIONS

Plasbumin-5 is compatible with whole blood and packed red cells, as well as the standard carbohydrate and electrolyte solutions intended for intravenous use. It should not be mixed with protein hydrolysates, amino acid solutions nor those containing alcohol.

CONTRAINDICATIONS

Certain patients, e.g., those with a history of congestive cardiac failure, renal insufficiency or stabilized chronic anemia, are at special risk of developing circulatory overload. A history of allergic reaction to albumin is a specific contraindication for usage.

REFERENCES

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  2. Clowes GHA Jr, Vucinic M, Weidner MG: Circulatory and metabolic alterations associated with survivial or death in peritonitis: clinical analysis of 25 cases. Ann Surg 163(6):866-85, 1966.
  3. Heyl JT, Janeway CA: The use of human albumin in military medicine. I. The theoretical and experimental basis for its use. US Navy Med Bull 40:785-91, 1942.
  4. Janeway CA, Gibson ST, Woodruff LM, et al: Chemical, clinical, and immunological studies on the products of human plasma fractionation. VII. Concentrated human serum albumin. J Clin Invest 23:465-90, 1944.
  5. Woodruff LM, Gibson ST: The clinical evaluation of human albumin. US Navy Med Bull 40:791-6, 1942.
  6. Janeway CA, Berenberg W, Hutchins G: Indications and uses of blood, blood derivatives and blood substitutes. Med Clin North Am 29:1069-94, 1945.
  7. Bennett EJ: Fluid balance in the newborn. Anesthesiology 43:210-24, 1975.

Bayer Corporation

Pharmaceutical Division

Elkhart, IN 46515 USA

U.S. License No. 8

Printed in USA

08705812

(Rev. February 2002)

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