About human albuminhuman plasma protein fraction, transfusion material in hypoalbuminemia.mechanism of action of human albuminhuman albumin is an aqueous solution of frozen proteins obtained from plasma, serum, or placenta meant for intravenous administration.indications for human albumin1. plasma exchange 2. hypovolaemic shock 3. normovolaemic haemodilution burns 4. neonatal jaundice typical dosage for human albumini.v.: shock: adults: 100 to 200ml. children: 1 to 2ml/kg body weight. burns: initially 200 to 400ml- on 1st day followed by 100 to 200ml. or 2 to 4ml/kg body weight. neonatal jaundice: 10 to 15ml with exchange transfusion. do not exceed 20 drops/minute.