Fluid and Electrolyte Transport across the Peritoneal Membrane during CAPD According to the Three-pore Model

  title={Fluid and Electrolyte Transport across the Peritoneal Membrane during CAPD According to the Three-pore Model},
  author={Bengt Rippe and Daniele Venturoli and Ole Simonsen and Javier de Arteaga},
  journal={Peritoneal Dialysis International},
  pages={10 - 27}
In the present review, we summarize the principles governing the transport of fluid and electrolytes across the peritoneum during continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) in “average” patients and during ultrafiltration failure (UFF), according to the three-pore model of peritoneal transport. The UF volume curves as a function of dwell time [V(t)] are determined in their early phase by the glucose osmotic conductance [product of the UF coefficient (LpS) and the glucose reflection… 

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