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  • Synthesis and hemocompatibility of amino (di-) butyldeoxy modified hydroxyethyl starch. [Journal Article]
    Int J Biol Macromol 2019Torlopov MA, Drozd NN, … Udoratina EV
  • Cationic polymers are of interest as the basis for obtaining various biomaterials. Hydrophilic biopolymers and their modification products are of main interest. Biocompatibility is the prime criterion that makes this material usable for said purposes. In this research, hydroxyethyl starch (HES) was used as a basis for synthesis of aminodeoxy derivatives, containing n- butylamin (BA) and dibutylam…
  • Hydroxyethyl starches in equine medicine. [Review]
    J Vet Emerg Crit Care (San Antonio) 2019; 29(4):349-359van Galen G, Hallowell G
  • CONCLUSIONS: The evidence supporting the use of HES in horses is weak due to lack of species-specific investigations. Acknowledging species differences, the use of HES should be judicious, yet with some recognition of its benefits in particular cases. More research is necessary to improve knowledge on use of HES in horses and to establish better future recommendations.
  • Postmortem evaluation of renal tubular vacuolization in critically ill dogs. [Journal Article]
    J Vet Emerg Crit Care (San Antonio) 2019; 29(3):279-287Schmid SM, Cianciolo RE, … King LG
  • CONCLUSIONS: In a small group of critically ill dogs, there was a high frequency of RTV identified on postmortem examination. Administration of 6% HES (670/0.75) and presenting serum creatinine concentration were significant predictors of RTV severity. Larger prospective studies are needed to determine the etiology and significance of RTV in dogs.
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