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Microcapsule Artificial Kidney in Replacement of Renal Function: With Emphasis on Adsorbent Hemoperfusion

  • Thomas Ming Swi Chang

Abstract

Attempts to extend, modify and improve hemodialyzers and hemodialysis treatment include improvements in membrane properties, total active membrane area, dialysis solution delivery, dialysate regeneration, blood access and others. These improvements have been carried to such perfection that further major technological advances in the treatment of chronic renal failure may have to depend on other, novel principles.

Keywords

Activate Charcoal Hepatic Coma Chronic Renal Failure Patient Artificial Cell Middle Molecule 
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