May 1, 1977

Highly effective short-term dialysis with two parallel-connected capillary dialysators type C-DAK4. 2. Clinical parameter, subjective symptoms and performance control of patients compared to conventional dialyses

Zeitschrift für Urologie und Nephrologie
M MarxU Schmidt

Abstract

8 male patients with chronic dialysis (5 of them with binephrectomy) were thrice a week dialysed in 2 groups alternately 2 months conventionally for 6 hours with a capillary dialysator C-DAK mod. 4 and 2 months for 3 hours with 2 parallel connected C-DAK 4. In a constant square metre-hour-product (23.4 m2h/week), homogeneous criteria of treatment and, as a rule, four times repeated use of the C-DAK 4 clinical parameters, subjective complaints and efficiency of the same patients were compared.

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Hemodialysis
Kidney Failure, Chronic
Blood Transfusion
Hemodynamics
Lassitude
Renal Dialysis Machine

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