hemodialyzer


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Noun1.hemodialyzer - a machine that uses dialysis to remove impurities and waste products from the bloodstream before returning the blood to the patient's bodyhemodialyzer - a machine that uses dialysis to remove impurities and waste products from the bloodstream before returning the blood to the patient's body
dialysis machine, dialyzer - a medical instrument for separating substances in solution by unequal diffusion through semipermeable membranes
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he·mo·di·a·lyz·er

n. hemodializador, riñón artificial, aparato que se usa en el proceso de diálisis.
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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 HDI was performed with a 4008S Fresenius Hemodialysis System, and the hemodialyzer had a surface area of 0.
This study is the 1st of its kind to report differences in the effects of PS and VEPS, which are 2 different types of PS-based hemodialyzer membranes used in ABP, on the inflammatory burden generated in an in vivo animal model of sepsis.
By comparison, the barrier between blood and water in hemodialysis patients is the membrane within the hemodialyzer through which the transfer of contaminants is limited only by the size of the contaminant.
Various mechanisms have been proposed to account for the increased oxidative damage following HD treatment: the issue of hemoincompatibility induced by the contact between human blood and the nonbiological materials of the hemodialyzer and the resulting effects on leukocyte and platelet activation and inflammation [20, 77, 78], systemic inflammation effects mediated via neutrophil activity burst resulting in the release of ROS into the bloodstream [46, 56], and the role the HD process per se in reducing plasma antioxidant defense because several antioxidant dialyzable solutes are removed during HD.
Hemodialysis uses a machine, called a hemodialyzer, to filter waste and excess fluid.
Memory 1: Who can remember the coil hemodialyzer and the large recirculating single pass (RSP) machines with a separate water reservoir?
Hemodialyzer mass transfer-area coefficients for urea increase at high dialysate flow rates.
Prototype hemodialyzer: The MARS flow hemodialyzer has a surface area of 2.
Accelerating the development of next-generation products including hemodialyzer membranes, adsorption columns, and virus filtration membranes, the new facility will enable the two companies to further heighten their technology for biocompatibility evaluation and analysis as well as biological and physicochemical analysis - developing a presence as a center for world-leading medical materials R&D.
In addition, this final rule is extremely comprehensive because it updates and revises policies regarding infection control, water and dialysate quality, hemodialyzer re-use, self dialysis in the home, and clinical management of the dialysis patients' anemia management.
It is our impression that both hearing losses might have been attributable to osmotic disequilibrium in the labyrinth or to an acute labyrinthine injury caused by contamination of the blood by the degraded product of an old cellulose acetate hemodialyzer membrane; the hemodialyzer had been in use for 15 years.