Patients during a plasmapheresis procedure while they remain in an ICU setting to treat a particular disease. this helps the patient's recovery by replacing a portion of the patient's plasma with an alternative substitution. A fistula AV graft lying in the shape of a jugular catheter is the recommended type of vascular access for an AV orifice. An adsorber is used and collects the blood during the procedure. Blood lines and amputating machines are utilized during haemodialysis treatment. The replacement fluid is itself infused into an artery. The anticoagulation is done correctly.

COAG ( monoclonal antibodies), a disease or condition preventing successful blood cell functioning, Cryoglobulinemia, Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura, Vasculitic conditions, a genetic factor called FSGS for glomerulonephritis in surviving renal transplants,  cultures of transplanted organs of patients waiting for a transplant are also indications for plasmapheresis.