ultrafiltrate


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ultrafiltrate

(ˌʌltrəˈfɪltreɪt)
n
a substance that has passed through an ultrafilter
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batch 1: Heparin-grafted polyacrylonitrile membrane hemodialyzer, Batch 2: Hemodialyzer with a polymethylmethacrylate membrane (pmma), - lot 3: Polynephron membrane hemodialyzer, Batch 4: Polyester-polyarylate membrane hemodialyzer (pepa), - lot 5 kit for hemodiafiltration technique with online regeneration of ultrafiltrate (hfr).
The infusion rate of trisodium citrate and calcium gluconate as well as ultrafiltrate flow rate were recorded at 1, 2, 4, 6, 12, and 24 h after starting CVVH, respectively.
Ninety % of P in the plasma is filtered in the glomerules and 85% of the ultrafiltrate is reabsorbed.
Prasad A S: Ultrafiltrate studies on serum magnesium in normal and disease states.
Saliva is a natural ultrafiltrate of blood, and steroids not bound by carrier proteins in the blood freely diffuse into saliva.
ultrafiltrate in the amount of blood to be given will be removed prior to transfusing, or ultrafiltration will occur concurrently with blood administration).
Effects on inflammatory and nutritional markers of haemodiafiltration with online regeneration of ultrafiltrate (HFR) vs online haemodiafiltration: a cross-over randomized multicentre trial.
Afterwards, the result (an ultrafiltrate with a molecular weight of <100 kDa) was measured for PRL concentration (medium and small) using the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, and the R% was calculated.
Raising the solvent level in the bath or prewetting the substrate with ultrafiltrate has been known to help as they tend to improve substrate wetting.
The volume of ultrafiltrate was determined by the condition of chemosis and other clinical features of the patients.
The decrease in blood flow is more apparent, and the filtration fraction increases during exercise, which facilitates the passage of proteins into the ultrafiltrate [24,25].