Charge-Affected Transperitoneal Movement of Amino Acids in Capd

@article{Nakao1996ChargeAffectedTM,
  title={Charge-Affected Transperitoneal Movement of Amino Acids in Capd},
  author={T. Nakao and M. Ogura and H. Takahashi and T. Okada},
  journal={Peritoneal Dialysis International},
  year={1996},
  volume={16},
  pages={88 - 90}
}
Our objective was to investigate the influence of molecular charge on transperitoneal solute movement in continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD). Tests of peritoneal equilibration were performed. Two liters of 2.27% or 2.5% glucose CAPD dialysate were infused and the dialysate samples were taken after 2 hr and 4 hr, and blood samples were obtained after 4-hr dwell time. Dialysate-to-plasma concentrations ratios (DIP) were calculated for creatinine (Cr) and three amino acids with almost… Expand
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