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Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) is defined as a group of clinical syndromes with acute onset of peripheral neuropathy – axonal or demyelinating – secondary to an immune-mediated process Plasma exchange has been widely used in autoimmune neurological diseases and is the standard treatment for myasthenia gravis crisis and GBS  Bulbar involvement, dysautonomia and severe muscle weakness were identified as the most important risk factors for mechanical ventilation among GBS
Haber et al (2004) have been observed GBS after influenza-vacination. A rare case report of transient oculomotor palsy after an influenza vaccine in an inflammatory bowel disease patient was recently observed.
Yuting Yiang et al. Application of Plasma Exchange in Steroid-Responsive Encephalopathy PDF