[Comparison of five modes of dialysis in neurosurgical patients with renal failure].

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In neurosurgical patients with renal failure, dialysis entails specific problems, chief of which is increased intracranial pressure and progressive brain edema as a result of rapid lowering of the serum osmolality. Another major problem is a tendency to hemorrhage, in response to either systemic heparinization or insufficient dialysis. The authors describe… (More)

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@article{Gondo1989ComparisonOF, title={[Comparison of five modes of dialysis in neurosurgical patients with renal failure].}, author={Gakuji Gondo and Kazuhiko Fujitsu and Takashi Kuwabara and Yasuhiko Mochimatsu and Yusuke Ishiwata and Hideaki Oda and Norio Takagi and Takashi Yamashita and Hideki Fujino and Ilman Kim}, journal={Neurologia medico-chirurgica}, year={1989}, volume={29 12}, pages={1125-31} }