Slow hemodialysis performed during the day in managing renal failure in critically ill patients.

@article{Kihara1994SlowHP,
  title={Slow hemodialysis performed during the day in managing renal failure in critically ill patients.},
  author={Minoru Kihara and Yuji Ikeda and Kazuhiko Shibata and S. Masumori and Hiroki Fujita and Hitomi Ebira and Yoshiyuki Toya and Nobuyuki Takagi and Hiroshi Shionoiri and Satoshi Umemura},
  journal={Nephron},
  year={1994},
  volume={67 1},
  pages={36-41}
}
Slow hemodialysis (HD) was performed for 10 h during the day in 11 critically ill patients with renal failure. The dialysis method was a modification of the pump-driven continuous venovenous HD. A nonsterile bicarbonate-containing hemodialysate was passed into the EVAL membrane dialyzer at a flow rate of 30 ml/min. No patient developed further hemodynamic instability during the treatment. The serum urea level was maintained below 20 mmol/l within 4 days of initiating the treatment. It allowed… CONTINUE READING

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