Roland Hessert

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To increase mobility for home hemodialysis patients, a portable, light weight hemodialysis system has been bench and field tested. The combination of a 21 L dialysate reservoir and small, high speed blood and dialysate pumps has permitted the entire system to be contained in a twenty two pound, 22 X 13 X 6 inch aluminum suitcase. Initial evaluation in(More)
Highly stressed components of modern aircraft engines, like fan and compressor blades, have to satisfy stringent requirements regarding durability and reliability. The induction of compressive residual stresses and strain hardening in the surface layer of these components has proven as a very promising method to significantly increase their fatigue(More)
In collaboration with Christopher R. Blagg at the University of Washington and John F. Sullivan at Cornell College of Medicine, we have conducted a trial of travel dialysis using the Friedman-Hutchisson suitcase system. A total of 122 location dialyses were performed by 18 patients on 22 trips in Europe, Canada and the United States. Evolutionary(More)
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