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Extracorporeal treatment 

Extracorporeal treatment
Extracorporeal treatment

Lesley Rees

, Paul A. Brogan

, Detlef Bockenhauer

, and Nicholas J.A. Webb

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date: 20 September 2020

Haemodialysis: principles 484

Haemodialysis: the machine, dialysate, and water 486

Haemodialysis: factors affecting the prescription 488

Haemodialysis: complications 494

Haemodialysis: adequacy 496

Haemodialysis: vascular access 498

Haemodialysis: blood borne viruses 505

Continuous renal replacement therapy 506

Plasmapheresis and immunoadsorption 508

A semi-permeable membrane allows the passage of water and small molecular weight molecules, and inhibits the movement of larger molecules....

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