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Hemosorbents - is active sorbents capable of removing at certain diseases harmful substances from the blood (cancer, autoimmune, infectious, allergic, etc.). Harmful substances - various toxins autoantibodies, hormones, enzymes, and others


All hemosorbents conditionally divided into 2 classes:

  • nonspecific sorbents
  • specific sorbents

Nonspecific is hemosorbents, which remove toxins from the blood of different molecular weight compounds of various chemical groups. At the heart of the non-specific adsorption are physical and chemical properties hemosorbents. (For example carbon sorbents, "Gemosbel")


Specific aims hemosorbents substances extracted from circulating certain structures, which are the cause of the disease or toxins that aggravate the patient's condition. ("Proteazsorb-Hemo", "Anti-IgE-Hemo", "LPS-Hemo")


By sorbents medical supplies intended for direct contact with the blood, there are special requirements for the quality: a high degree of chemical purity, minimal content of impurities, non-toxic, high mechanical strength and a smooth surface topography, lack of dust (separation of ultrafine particles), high adsorption capacity, compatibility blood and inertness to blood cells


Hemosorption - one of the methods of efferent medicine which is carried by the blood passing through the blood at certain mass transfer devices (hemosorbent, the dialysis filter, etc.) in order to achieve a therapeutic effect.


The main mechanism of therapeutic action is hemosorption detoxification - the removal from the bloodstream endo- and exotoxic substances by sorption (absorption)


Sorbents used in medicine for the prevention and treatment of various diseases. Prevents the development of atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease. Effective in the treatment of acute food poisoning, poisoning by different poisons, drugs and narcotics, alcohol-food overload, withdrawal syndrome, caused addiction and alcoholism, acute and chronic diseases of the kidneys, liver, pancreas, gastrointestinal tract, allergic and immune diseases ( bronchial asthma, rheumatic fever, food allergies, multiple sclerosis, psoriasis)



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