ultrafiltrate


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ultrafiltrate

[-fil′trāt]
Etymology: L, ultra + Fr, filtre, filter
a solution that has passed through a semipermeable membrane with very small pores. It usually contains only low-molecular weight solutes.

ultrafiltrate (ul´trəfil´trāt),

n a solution that has passed through a semipermeable membrane with very small pores. It usually contains only low-molecular-weight solutes.

ultrafiltrate

substances which pass through an ultrafilter, i.e. a semipermeable membrane through which the filtrate passes under pressure.
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5 30K device with the same type of tubes as before (EMD Millipore Corporation, Billerica, MA, USA), and the ultrafiltrate was measured for the small PRL using electrochemiluminescence immunoassay method by Cobas E411 analyzer (Roche Diagnostics, Indianapolis, USA).
Effect of a hemodiafiltration session with on-line regeneration of the ultrafiltrate on oxidative stress.
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CVVH circulates blood through a haemofilter and yields an ultrafiltrate solution with the composition of plasma water containing low molecular weight non-protein bound solutes.
12) The Molecular Adsorbent Recycling System (MARS, Teraklin Corporation; Rostock, Germany), also referred to as Extracorporeal Albumin Dialysis (ECAD) exposes patients' ultrafiltrate to an albumin-rich solution across a highly permeable membrane.
This is exactly matched with the rate of ultrafiltrate production, so that no net fluid loss or overload occurs.
This fluid, like cerebrospinal fluid, is an ultrafiltrate of plasma, and has the following characteristics:
The ultrafiltrate from the hemofilter is delivered to the luminal compartment of the RAD, and the filtered blood is delivered to the extracapillary space of the RAD.
The ultrafiltrate is then pumped through hollow fiber cartridges that contain a patented human cell line that mimics certain characteristics of normal liver cells.
Instrument A is an oral diffusion sink (ODS) sample that permits collection of an ultrafiltrate of saliva directly in the mouth.
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Lysozyme can be detected in many body tissues and secretions, including saliva, mucous secretions, and feces ultrafiltrate.