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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Transonic realizes that the dialysance method has not been independently validated, and we would not want to block scientific inquiry.