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Has Kolff Reached his Goal?

  • Jacob van Noordwijk

Abstract

When Kolff was struck by the fate of a young man dying of chronic nephritis in 1938 he set himself the goal of developing a dialysing apparatus which could tide a renal patient over a temporary decrease of renal function, or at least attain a temporary improvement.

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  1. 1.
    Bywaters EGL in: Kolff WJ with the cooperation of J. van Noordwijk, P. S. M. Kop, N. K. M. de Leeuw and A. M. Joekes. New Ways of Treating Uraemia. London: J & A Churchill, 1947; page 38.Google Scholar
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    Burton BT. Notes of a Kolff-watcher. Nephron 1984; 36: 159–160.PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar

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