Medicine and technology are constantly advancing, and clinics and hospitals are equipped with advanced machinery. Nevertheless, the mortality rate in intensive care medicine due to multi-organ failure is alarmingly high. If there is dysfunction of a single detoxification organ, there is a risk that the other organs will also be affected. Excessive accumulation of life-threatening toxins in the patient’s body occurs, requiring immediate action through extracorporeal procedures to prevent progressive organ failure and eliminate the toxins.
The innovative ADVOS procedure is able to successfully treat multi-organ failure by simultaneously supporting the detoxification organs of the lungs, liver and kidney. Are you familiar with advanced approaches to albumin dialysis? Learn more in the latest arcoro CONNECT.
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