nondialyzable

nondialyzable

(nɒnˈdaɪəˌlaɪzəbəl) or

nondialysable

adj
(Medicine) med not dialyzable or capable of undergoing dialysis
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These peaks could be ascribed to small nondialyzable HG sequences (large oligomers) or neutral oligomers.
However, in patients who experience intradialytic hypertension, healthcare providers may have to consider changing to either an ARB or a nondialyzable ACE inhibitor such as Fosinopril (Inrig, 2010).
Hayase, "Inhibition of nitrosamine formation by nondialyzable melanoidins," Agricultural Biological Chemistry, vol.
The nondialyzable portion was frozen at -20 [degrees]C, then thawed and centrifuged to remove insoluble materials.
In the first experiment, the analog-based free testosterone assay and the total testosterone assay detected the nondialyzable fraction of serum testosterone, that is, the testosterone in the serum retentate.
'Nondialyzable Ca' was defined as Ca bound to ligands (primarily organic) [greater than]1000 Da.
It was postulated that in NTI, the serum contained nondialyzable substances that could bind competitively to the [T.sub.4]-binding proteins, displacing bound [T.sub.4] into the free phase (90-92).
Molecular weight ~350,000 ([+ or -] 23,000) Daltons Composition Ferric saccharate chelated by gluconate molecules Per 5-ml ampule 62.5 mg elemental iron (12.5 mg/ml), nondialyzable Solution 20% sucrose/0.9% benzyl alcohol in water Test dose 2 ml/50 ml 0.9% sodium chloride, IV, over 1 hour Delivery Diluted 1:10 with 0.9% sodium chloride in water, IV, over 1 hour Indicated for Hemodialysis patients receiving EPO therapy EPO=erythropoietin; IV=intravenous.
The rest of the sample went through a dialyzer, and the nondialyzable stream was used to determine total protein and [CO.sub.2].
Inhibition of mitochondrial respiration by furancarboxylic acid accumulated in uremic serum in its albumin-bound and nondialyzable form.