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A mathematical model for simulation of solute transport within the patient-artificial kidney system
The advent of the Middle Molecule Theory of Uremic Toxicity has introduced the need for hemodialyzers capable of efficiently removing metabolites with molecular weights between 300 and 2000. The rate at which these solutes ...
Physiological transport parameters in the patient-artificial kidney system
Clinical evidence is mounting which confirms the contention that intermediate "middle" molecular weight molecules may be more important as uremic toxins than low molecular weight metabolites. The removal of these "middle" ...