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Residual ethylene oxide in hollow-fiber dialyzers.
The deaeration and extraction kinetics of ethylene oxide (ETO) in hollow-fiber dialyzers were examined. The investigations showed that both deaeration and extraction can be described by two additiveExpand
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Ex vivo biocompatibility evaluation of a new modified cellulose membrane.
To evaluate membrane biocompatibility, an open loop ex vivo model was designed simulating the hemodialysis procedure. Blood was withdrawn continuously from healthy nonuremic donors, heparinized, andExpand
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Hollow-fiber dialyzers and their pyrogenicity testing by Limulus amebocyte lysate.
Aqueous extracts of cellulose hollow fibers (CHF) exhibit positive reactions in some Limulus amebocyte lysate (LAL) tests. However, in spite of LAL activity, the extracts produce no fever reaction inExpand
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Ethylene oxide in dialyzer rinsing fluid: effect of rinsing technique, dialyzer storage time, and potting compound.
Ethylene oxide (ETO) is recognized as one of the main causes of dialyzer-associated hypersensitivity reactions. We studied the amount of ETO in the rinsing fluid of ETO-sterilized hollow-fiberExpand
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Network management in short-range mobile radio networks: Performance tuning optimizes collision behaviour
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We evaluate several network management algorithms to increase the performance of short-range mobile radio networks concerning collision avoidance and reduction of collision duration measured in frames. Expand
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Temperature dependence of specific heat of perfluoromethylcyclohexane/carbon tetrachloride mixtures of critical composition near the critical solution temperature
Measurements of the temperature dependence of specific heat of a perfluoromethylcyclohexane/ carbon tetrachloride mixture of critical composition near the critical solution temperature Tc areExpand
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Evidence of Hydrophobic Effects from Critical Phenomena
Data of the temperature dependence of partial molar quantities (heat capacity and temperature derivative of partial molar volume) of perfluoromethylcyclohexane and carbon tetrachloride in a mixtureExpand
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Temperature dependence of partial molar heat capacities of binary critical mixtures: Study of the system isobutyric acid/water
Data of the temperature dependence of partial molar heat capacities of isobutyric acid and water near the critical point are reported. It is found that the singular part of the partial molar heatExpand
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