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Die technisch-apparative Entwicklung der Dialyse

  • G. A. Jutzler

Zusammenfassung

Die extrakorporale Hämodialyse geht auf Abel, Rowntree und Turner zurück, die 1913 ein von ihnen entwickeltes Gerät in Tierversuchen erprobten: Mit Hirudin ungerinnbar gemachtes Blut fließt durch Kollodiumröhrchen, die von einem Glasbehälter mit 0,6%iger Kochsalzlösung umschlossen sind.

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