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- Blood double. Teresko, John; Stevens, Tim // Industry Week/IW;2/6/95, Vol. 244 Issue 3, p40
Reports that a possible blood substitute of hemoglobin microbubbles carries 50% more oxygen than the same volume of whole blood can take place using synthesizers developed by researchers at the University of Illinois.
- Artificial blood. Nadis, Steve; DiChristina, Mariette // Popular Science;Sep96, Vol. 249 Issue 3, p18
Introduces so-called hemoglobin solutions, a blood substitute which could be used in emergencies. Being tested in Europe and the United States; Advantages of blood substitutes; Plans by Baxter International to market the solutions by late 1997 in Europe and late 1998 in the United States.
- Blood substitutes move through FDA approval process. Gwynne, Peter // R&D Magazine;Jul96, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p19
Focuses on several major approaches to providing substitute blood. Human clinical trials; Companies' joint development agreements with pharmaceutical corporations; Human-derived hemoglobin; Animal hemoglobin.
- What is synthetic blood? Wessner, Cecilia // Popular Science;Jul98, Vol. 253 Issue 1, p80
Presents information on synthetic blood. What synthetic blood is made of; Advantages of snythetic blood; Description of a type of synthetic blood manufactured by Alliance pharmaceuticals in San Diego, California, made from human hemoglobin; Information on experiments carried out on synthetic...
- Searching for an ideal blood substitute. Waldspurger Robb, Wendy J. // RN;Aug98, Vol. 61 Issue 8, p26
Presents information on the search for blood substitutes, highlighting the challenges in the use of blood for the treatment of hemorrhagic shock. Identification of the disadvantages of the use of blood; Examples of various blood substitutes which are being tested under clinical trials; Analysis...
- Bugs to fill up blood banks. Coghlan, Andy // New Scientist;3/12/94, Vol. 141 Issue 1916, p20
Reports on the giving of artificial blood containing a genetically engineered version of hemoglobin to patients undergoing nonurgent operations in the United States. Advantages of process; Companies that use chemistry rather than biotechnology to alter hemoglobin to function properly in...
- ERRATUM. // BioScience;Mar1980, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p208
A correction to the article on synthetic blood in the column BioBrief, that was published in the January 1980 issue is presented.
- Fake Blood. Cannell, Michael // Science World;03/08/99, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p08
Focuses on the manufacture of fake blood. Demand for artificial blood; How it compares to real blood; Functions of blood; Problems regarding artificial blood.
- MEDICAL PROGRESS. // Medical Update;Aug2001, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p5
Presents an update on medical progress as of August 2001, including an approval of a human blood substitute made from raised cattle to be used in surgery patients in South Africa.