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
KeywordsVolume Flow Concentration Polarization Circular Case Fluid Dynamic Problem Rectangular Case
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