Fluid Dynamic Problems of Postdilutional Hemofiltration with High-Flux Membranes
Hemofiltration with high-flux polymeric membranes is a rapidly developing technique which might compete with classical hemodialysis as an artificial kidney system. Clinical results have been in general quite satisfactory.1
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