Extracorporeal blood purification is a modern medical approach that involves changing the properties of blood components outside the body of the patient in order to remove harmful substances that cause or support disease. Even when traditional approaches are ineffectual, using these methods to study the pathophysiological process allows us to obtain therapeutic outcomes. Considering all of the pathophysiological characteristics of multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) and sepsis, extracorporeal blood purification is becoming increasingly relevant in intensive therapy. The severity and development of organ failure, as well as the indications detected, the method chosen, and the early commencement of blood purification are all factors that influence treatment outcomes in children, taking into account their anatomical and physiological characteristics. The goal of introducing and using blood purification nowadays is to provide multiple organ support therapy. Various extracorporeal blood purification procedures have a direct impact on the molecular and electrolyte composition of blood, as well as all human body structures, allowing us to repair, replace, and maintain homeostasis in MODS.
Published Date: 2022-01-31; Received Date: 2022-01-03