dialysance

dialysance

 [di-a´ĭ-sans]
the minute rate of solute clearance through a membrane in dialysis.

di·al·y·sance

(dī-al'i-sans),
The number of milliliters of blood completely cleared of any substance by an artificial kidney or by peritoneal dialysis in a unit of time; conventional clearance formulas are expressed as mm/min.
[fr. dialysis]

dialysance

/di·al·y·sance/ (di-al´ĭ-sans) the minute rate of net exchange of solute molecules passing through a membrane in dialysis.

di·al·y·sance

(dī-al'i-săns)
The number of milliliters of blood completely cleared of any substance by an artificial kidney or by peritoneal dialysis in a unit of time; conventional clearance formulas are expressed as mm/min.

dialysance

the minute rate of net exchange of solute molecules passing through a membrane in dialysis.
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OCM uses ionic dialysance to measure Kt/V Ionic dialysance is a measure of the conductivity of the dialysate waste via a conductivity probe and compares this to the conductivity of the fresh inflow of dialysate during the HD session.
Transonic realizes that the dialysance method has not been independently validated, and we would not want to block scientific inquiry.
Ionic dialysance measurement is urea distribution volume dependent: A new approach to better results.
Currently almost all dialysis monitors are equipped with ionic dialysance sensors, allowing to indirectly and at real-time to get information about urea clearance in all dialysis sessions without obtaining blood samples.
Describe how ionic dialysance measurements may be used to proactively adjust the treatment so that the prescribed dialysis doses can be accurately and consistently delivered.