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Human plasma protein fraction

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Human plasma protein fraction

a sterile solution of selected proteins derived from the blood Plasma of adult human donors, containing 4.5 to 5.5 g of protein per 100 ml, of which 83 to 90% is albumin and the remainder is alpha-and beta-globulins; used as a blood volume supporter.