H Reichelt: Influence Statistics

H Reichelt

H Reichelt

Institute of Clinical Chemistry and Haematology, Military Medical Academy, 0-1242, Bad Saarow, Germany | Institute of Clinical Chemistry and Haematology, Military Medical ...

H Reichelt: Expert Impact

Concepts for which H Reichelt has direct influence: Blood substitutes , Fluorocarbons pfc , Oxygen carriers , Fluorocarbon emulsions , Viele anforderungen , Anforderungen blutersatzmittel , Wissenschaftliche aufgabe .

H Reichelt: KOL impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which for which H Reichelt has influence: Surface tension , Contrast agents , Calvarial defects , Retinal toxicity , Membrane packing , Fluorinated dendrimers , Perfluorocarbon vapors .

KOL Resume for H Reichelt

Year
1992

Institute of Clinical Chemistry and Haematology, Military Medical Academy, 0-1242, Bad Saarow, Germany

1991

Academy of Military Medicine, Institute of Clinical Chemistry, 0-1242 Bad Saarow, F.R.G.

1988

Institut für Klinische Chemie und Hämatologie, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

Prominent publications by H Reichelt

KOL-Index: 1010 . One of the most striking properties of perfluorocarbons is their chemical inertness. Due to this, these compounds are said to be physiobiologically compatible. Therefore, they are suggested for a variety of medical uses including the one as component of blood substitutes. However, it was the blood substitute research, which revealed biological activities of perfluorocarbons. Some of these ...
Known for Blood Substitutes | Chemically Inert | Variety Medical | Biological Activities
KOL-Index: 274 . Dispersions of fluorocarbons (PFC's) made with phospholipids have unusual properties, e.g. very high stability, due to the formation of thermodynamically stable vesicles. They can be used for high PFC concentrations as well as e.g. for ESR imaging.
Known for Blood Substitutes
KOL-Index: 164 . Although perfluorocarbons (PFC) are chemically inert, toxic reactions are observed on using them as fluorocarbon emulsions in blood substitutes. Six to twelve hours after exchanging about half of the circulating blood of conscious rats pathobiochemical reactions occur despite a high interarterial oxygen pressure. They indicate the disturbance of intracellular energy generation, which is ...

Key People For Blood Substitutes

Top KOLs in the world
#1
Robert M Winslow
blood substitutes oxygen transport human hemoglobin
#2
STEVEN A GOULD
hemoglobin solution poly sfhp cardiac output
#3
Gerald S Moss
hemorrhagic shock hemoglobin solution poly sfhp
#4
Thomas Ming Swi Chang
artificial cells blood substitutes superoxide dismutase
#5
Abdu I Alayash
hydrogen peroxide sickle cell blood substitutes
#6
Kim D Vandegriff
human hemoglobin oxygen affinity polyethylene glycol

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