PMID: 6632523Aug 1, 1983

Eosinophilia and pulmonary dysfunction during Cuprophan hemodialysis

Kidney International
E A MichelsonA Kulczycki

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

Jan 1, 1979·Journal of Dialysis·W E Hoy, R V Cestero
Jul 22, 1978·British Medical Journal·P AljamaD N Kerr
Apr 7, 1977·The New England Journal of Medicine·P R CraddockH S Jacob
Aug 1, 1973·The American Journal of Medicine·A ZidulkaN R Anthonisen
Jun 27, 1981·British Medical Journal·J MontoliuL Revert
Sep 12, 1981·British Medical Journal·C TielemansM Dratwa
Apr 3, 1980·The New England Journal of Medicine·H S JacobC F Moldow
Oct 15, 1981·The New England Journal of Medicine·M DratwaD Brenez

Citations

Oct 4, 1984·The New England Journal of Medicine·R M HakimF K Port
Apr 1, 1987·Artificial Organs·A J Nicholls
Apr 1, 1987·Artificial Organs·M ForêtD Cordonnier
May 10, 1986·British Medical Journal·A J Nicholls
Dec 1, 1994·American Journal of Kidney Diseases : the Official Journal of the National Kidney Foundation·J M Lazarus, W F Owen
Sep 1, 1986·American Journal of Kidney Diseases : the Official Journal of the National Kidney Foundation·R BackenrothC Charytan
Feb 1, 1989·Kidney International·D RoccatelloA Amore
Feb 21, 2007·Therapeutic Apheresis and Dialysis : Official Peer-reviewed Journal of the International Society for Apheresis, the Japanese Society for Apheresis, the Japanese Society for Dialysis Therapy·Terumi HiguchiKoichi Matsumoto
Dec 10, 1991·Clinical Materials·R Vanholder

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