Mag. Karin Strobl, MSc

Danube University Krems

Mag. Karin Strobl, MSc

Center for Biomedical Technology

Publications (Extract Research Database)

Gubensek, J.; Strobl, K.; Harm, S.; Weiss, R.; Eichhorn, T.; Buturovic-Ponikvar, J.; Weber, V.; Hartmann, J. (2018). Influence of citrate concentration on the activation of blood cells in an in vitro dialysis setup. PLoS ONE, 13(6):e0199204: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0199

Strobl, K.; Harm, S.; Weber, V.; Hartmann, J. (2017). The role of ionized calcium and magnesium in regional citrate anticoagulation and its impact on inflammatory parameters. International Journal of Artificial Organs, 40(1): 15-21

Strobl, K.; Hartmann, J. (2014). Citrate-Dependent Secretion of Cytokines and Complement Activation in Whole Blood. Int J Art Org, 37, 8: 609

Hartmann, J.; Strobl, K.; Falkenhagen, D.; Harm, S. (2014). New Aspects for the Extracorporeal Treatment of Sepsis. Lecture Notes of the ICB 2014, Advances in Membrane and Adsorber Technology in Life Sciences, Warsaw: 69-74

Hartmann, J.; Strobl, K.; Falkenhagen, D.; Harm, S. (2014). New aspects for the extracorporeal treatment of sepsis. In: Groth T., Lecture Notes of the ICB Seminar - Advances in Membrane and Adsorber Technology in Life Sciences: 69-74, Warsaw

Strobl, K.; Hartmann, J.; Wallner, M.; Brandl, M.; Fallkenhagen, D. (2013). A Target-Oriented Algorithm for Citrate-Calcium Anticoagulation in Clinical Practice. Blood Purification, 36: 136-145

Hartmann, J.; Strobl, K; Fichtinger, U; Schildböck, C; Falkenhagen, D. (2012). In vitro investigations of citrate clearance with different dialysis filters. International Journal of Artificial Organs, 03/2012, 35(5),: 352

Brandl, M; Strobl, K; Hartmann, J; Kellner, K; Posnicek, T; Falkenhagen, D. (2011). A target-orientated algorithm for regional citrate-calcium anticoagulation in extracorporeal therapies. Blood Purification, 2012,33(1-3),: 7

Falkenhagen,D.; Thijssen, S.; Brandl, M.; Hartmann, J.; Strobl, K.; Wallner, M. (2011). Correlation between ACT (activated clotting time) and iCa (ionized calcium) in RDT-PATIENTS. NDT Plus, June: F318

Falkenhagen, D.; Brandl, M.; Hartmann, J.; Strobl, K.; Wallner, M. (2011). Das Ionisierte Kalzium (ICa) als essentielles Target für die Zitratantikoagulation (ZA). Intensivmedizin und Notfallmedizin: 362

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Method for measuring the ion concentration in citrate-anticoagulated extracorporeal blood purification [Translation]

Center for Biomedical Technology

Patent-Nr: AT505690B1, Status: Lizenz

Mag. Karin Strobl, MSc, Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Martin Brandl, Ass.Prof. Dr. Jens Hartmann

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