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Extracorporeal and Peritoneal Dialysis of Drugs

  • George E. Schreiner
  • John F. Maher
  • William P. ArgyJr.
  • Larry Siegel
Part of the Handbuch der experimentellen Pharmakologie/Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology book series (HEP, volume 28 / 1)

Abstract

The dialysis of drugs and environmental poisons is not a route of elimination which comes quickly to the mind of the pharmacologist who is used to dealing with problems of absorption, metabolism, distribution, and excretion. Yet, in the past few years, dialysis has not only given us substantial insights into some of the problems of drug transport and distribution, but it has also proved to be an effective clinical treatment for the overdose of commonly employed medicinal agents and for rapid removal of some environmental poisons. Nephrologists were able to familiarize themselves with the kinetics of acute and chronic drug over-dosage because the uremic syndrome, itself, partakes of many of the features of an intoxication or poisoning.

Keywords

Peritoneal Dialysis Blood Flow Rate Environmental Poison Dialysate Flow Synthetic Membrane 
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  • George E. Schreiner
  • John F. Maher
  • William P. ArgyJr.
  • Larry Siegel

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