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Prescribing Hemodialysis: A Guide to Urea Modeling

@inproceedings{Depner1990PrescribingHA,
  title={Prescribing Hemodialysis: A Guide to Urea Modeling},
  author={T. Depner},
  year={1990}
}
1. Uremic Toxins & Dialysis.- The uremic syndrome.- Role of protein nitrogen metabolism.- Clinical measurement of uremia.- Effect of dialysis on the uremic syndrome.- Proposed uremic toxins.- Alternatives to the single-toxin theory.- Protein and tissue binding of proposed uremic toxins.- Toxic contributions of dialysis itself.- Where urea fits into the toxin theories.- 2. Urea Metabolism: Clinical Chemistry of Urea.- Excretion of nitrogenous waste products: comparative physiology.- Biochemistry… Expand
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