cuprophane

cuprophane

/cu·pro·phane/ (koo´pro-fān) a membrane made of regenerated cellulose, commonly used in hemodialyzers.
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Trznadel et al [7] found slight changes in the level of alpha-1 AT during dialysis, but significant decreases were found seven hours after termination of dialysis with cuprophane membrane.
The blood volume was directly proportional to the negative pressure applied to the dialysate side of the membranes because the cuprophane membranes were extremely compliant.
The Kiil dialyzer consisted of three polypropylene grooved boards that had to be built with cuprophane membrane, tested and sterilized with formaldehyde before each treatment.
2]-microglobulin in greater quantities than cuprophane (5); the latter membranes at best only retard disease progression and are associated with less carpal tunnel surgery.
2]-microglobulin and showed that patients dialyzed with either low-efficiency cuprophane membranes or high-flux polysulfone membranes had little or no clearance of this product, compared with normal [[beta].
Initially, 14 patients undergoing dialysis with cuprophane membranes were enrolled, and sera were obtained just before the initiation of dialysis.
Citrate anticoagulation does not correct cuprophane bioincompatibility as evaluated by the expression of leucocyte surface molecules.
A comparison of cuprophane, polyacrylonitrile and polysulfone membranes.
Solute clearance in continuous venovenous hemodialysis: A comparison of cuprophane, polyacrylonitrile, and polysulfone membranes.
The dialyses were performed using cuprophane membranes for ~4 hours.
The hemodialysis patients had been treated with cuprophane membrane dialyzers for 0.
Hemodialysis was performed three times a week with the double needle technique, with cuprophane capillary dialyzers, and with bicarbonate as buffer in the dialysate.