hemodialyzer


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Related to hemodialyzer: Harrington rod, hemodialyzer membrane
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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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Hemodialyzer is used in hydrolysis equipment for patients suffering from kidney failure.
[UKPRwire, Fri Mar 01 2019] Blood dialyzer, also known as hemodialyzer or artificial kidney, is a device used to filter blood of person who is suffering from kidney damage.
Blood pressure and pulse rate were measured using an automatic blood pressure monitor mounted on a hemodialyzer (Pheonix, GAMBRO, Sweden).
Hair-fiber hemodialyzer triacetate of cellulose and assimilated adult use single use sterile
The HDI was performed with a 4008S Fresenius Hemodialysis System, and the hemodialyzer had a surface area of 0.8 [m.sup.2] and was primed with 52ml (Hemoflow F4, Fresenius Medical Care).
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.
(1998), "Effect of hemodialyzer reuse: dissociation between clearances of small and large solutes", American journal of kidney diseases, Vol.
Nishiki et al., "Vitamin Ebonded hemodialyzer improves neutrophil function and oxidative stress in patients with end-stage renal failure," American Journal of Kidney Diseases, vol.
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.
Hemodialysis uses a machine, called a hemodialyzer, to filter waste and excess fluid.
Hemodialyzer mass transfer-area coefficients for urea increase at high dialysate flow rates.
Albumin hemodialyzer: It acts as a dialysate through a hollow chamber and permits the removal of toxic substances bound to proteins in the form of water-soluble toxic substances.