Plasma ameliorates endothelial dysfunction in burn injury

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Sprague Dawley Rat Plasma from Innovative Research was recently used in the following study:

Plasma ameliorates endothelial dysfunction in burn injury

Mariana Vigiola Cruz MD, Bonnie C. Carney BS, Jenna N. Luker MD, Kyle W. Monger BS, Juan Sebastian Vazquez MD, Lauren T. Moffatt PhD, Laura S. Johnson MD, Jeffrey W. Shupp MD
Journal of Surgical Research, January 2019

" ... Sprague-Dawley rats were used to create small, medium, and large burns and uninjured controls. Three different intravenous resuscitation protocols were applied within each group: Lactated Ringer's (LR) alone, LR plus fresh frozen plasma (FFP), or LR plus albumin... In the LR plus FFP group, animals were resuscitated identically to the LR-only group, except they were given a 0.45 mL intravenous injection of rat FFP (Innovative Research, Inc, Novi, MI) immediately after burn ("hour 0"), and at hours 2, 4, and 8.

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