Slow Continuous Ultrafiltration — Supplemental Therapy to Intermittent Hemodialysis

  • E. P. Paganini

Abstract

Increasingly sophisticated medical technology in the past 10 years has brought greater diagnostic accuracy with less patient invasion and morbidity, but these procedures are extraordinarily complex and costly. The development, therefore, of a relatively simple procedure that offers patient stability while allowing aggressive medical intervention is an important advance.

Keywords

Catheter Filtration Urea Heparin Hull 

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