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Hemofiltration pp 211-220 | Cite as

Impact of Hemofiltration on Various Metabolic and Endocrine Disturbances of Chronic Uremia

  • K. Schaefer
  • D. von Herrath
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Abstract

The chronic uremic state is characterized by various organ complications which are in general not improved, or at least not healed, by even an intensive dialytic strategy.

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  • D. von Herrath

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