Membrane permeability for inorganic phosphate ion

Journal of Biomedical Materials Research
O MoiseO S Better

Abstract

The need for a more efficient removal of inorganic phosphate ions from the blood of uremic patients has led to the quest for blood-compatible semipermeable membranes with a high permeability for phosphate ions. Commercial hemodialysis membranes, various hydrogel-type membranes and a number of collodionbased charged membranes were compared. Positively charged collodion membranes were found most promising for future application in hemodialysis or hemoperfusion systems.

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Citations

Jun 27, 2007·Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences·Biancamaria Baroli

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