cautioning about the use of albumin in seriously ill patients

Experts are now cautioning about the use of albumin in seriously ill patients.

A recent review in the British Medical Journal suggests a 6% HIGHER mortality when albumin is given to patients with hypovolemia...burns...or hypoproteinemia.

This would mean one excess death per 17 treated patients.

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