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Albumin solutions

Albumin 20% 10 ml / 100 ml
Therapeutic indications:
- restoration and maintenance of blood circulation volumes where volume deficiencies have been demonstrated
  and the use of a colloid is indicated. The choice between albumin and an artificial colloid depends on the
  clinical circumstances of the individual patient, bearing in mind the official recommendations.
  A specific indication for Albumin 20% is the administration of the oncotically active component
  albumin in a small quantity of water.

- shock syndrome (post-traumatic, post-hemorrhagic or following a surgical procedure, hypovolemic and septic
  shock)
- when substantial volumes of erythrocyte concentrate are administered in response to serious blood loss,
  albumin can be administered to prevent hypoalbuminemia
- extensive and serious burns
- Conditions associated with pronounced hypoproteinemia:
   - paracentesis of chronic renal conditions with key ascites
   - nephrotic syndrome (combined with diuretics)
   - postoperative
   - serious burns
   - serious malnutrition

SOPP-SSPP 4% 100 ml / 250 ml / 400 ml

(SOPP stands for Stable Solution of Plasma Protein)
Therapeutic indications:
- Volume expansion:
         ° hypovolemia
         ° shock syndrome (post-traumatic, post-hemorrhagic or following a surgical procedure, hypovolemic and
           septic shock)
         ° extensive and serious burns
- hypoproteinemia with excessively low plasma volume
- substitution in the event of therapeutic plasma exchange
- as an anticoagulant fluid for normovolemic hemodilution in the event of autotransfusion or microcircular
  arterial occlusive diseases
- following cardiac surgery: as 'priming' solution for the cardio-pulmonary bypass.