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The pressure drop postpump is positive which will result in blood loss to the environment in case of a leak. In order to mitigate the hazards related to leaks and obstructions in the tubing system, pressure monitors and air detectors are added to the system. Dialysate Delivery System The dialysate delivery system conditions water and mixes it with one to three concentrates. Conditioning of water means heating and degassing which is not done by the water purification system; although, this is possible and would be more cost effective.
Medical Devises Consultant Malerweg 12 AT–9231 Köstenberg (Austria) Tel. com Polaschegg 26 Ronco C, Brendolan A, Levin NW (eds): Cardiovascular Disorders in Hemodialysis. Contrib Nephrol. Basel, Karger, 2005, vol 149, pp 27–34 Mathematical Model to Characterize Internal Filtration Gianfranco Beniamino Fiorea, Claudio Roncob a Department of Bioengineering, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, and Department of Nephrology, St. Bortolo Hospital, Vicenza, Italy b Abstract Convective-diffusive dialysis techniques have recently gained considerable favor.
The term internal filtration (IF) is associated to this situation to signify that, even with a null net UF rate, UF fluxes do take place inside the device. Due to the countercurrent arrangement, the fluid pertaining to DF is discharged with the exhausted dialysate fluid, while the backfiltered fluid comes directly from ultrapure dialysate into the blood compartment. The IF/BF phenomenon may therefore represent a source of convective solute transport. The amplitude at which IF/BF occurs, however, depends on several factors: as an example, comparison of the IF/BF phenomenon with a low-flux or a highflux device are qualitatively depicted in figure 1.
Cardiovascular Disorders in Hemodialysis: 14th International Course on Hemodialysis, Vicenza, May 2005 (Contributions to Nephrology) by Mohammed S. Razzaque, Takashi Taguchi