Authors:Ágnes Bakos, Csaba Rikker, Szilveszter Tóvárosi, and †Mihály Kárteszi
Stange, J., Hassanein, T. I., Mehta, R., et al.:
The molecular adsorbents recycling system as a liver support sytem based on albumin dialysis: a summary of preclinical investigations, prospective, randomised, controlled clinical trial, and clinical
Authors:Emília Mácsai, Erika Rakk, Margit Miléder, and Ágnes Fulcz
Diepen, M., Schroijen, M. A., Dekkers, O. M., et al.: Predicting mortality in patients with diabetes starting dialysis. PLoS One, 2014, 9 (3), e89744.
Shurraw, S., Hemmelgarn, B., Lin, M., et al., Alberta Kidney
, she had been diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome and chronic renal failure secondary to focal sclerosing glomerulosclerosis and hospitalized for intractable hypertension. Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (PD) had been begun to be performed 3
Authors:J. Mathur, M. Murali, M. Balarama Krishna, V. Ramachandhran, M. Hanra, and B. Misra
A study on the separation of the long-lived heat generating fission products137Cs and90Sr from acidic solutions has been carried out using a specially fabricated electrodialytic cell equipped with a pair of cation
and anion exchange membranes forming a catholyte and anolyte, respectively, and a radioactive feed chamber. The studies were
done with feed solutions containing different concentrations of Na+, Cs+ and Sr2+ individually and with a mixture of these cations in 0.3 M HNO3. In all the cases, the transfer of Cs and Sr was found to be greater than 90%. To facilitate the separation of the above
radionuclides from higher acidity (∼3.0M HNO3), diffusion dialysis was taken as a possible pretreatment step using a two compartment diffusion cell with an anion exchange
membrane in between. All the experiments were done under non-stirring mode.
Authors:V. Khokhryakov, K. Suslova, I. Tseveloyova, E. Aladova, and R. Filipy
This report describes a method by which potentially inhaled workplace aerosols containing plutonium compounds are classified
on the basis of measured transportability in Ringer’s solution. It is suggested that the criterion “transportability” be used
in the ICRP respiratory tract model. Transportability is measured as the fraction of plutonium alpha activity, deposited on
a collecting filter, that passes through a semi-permeable membrane in Ringer’s physiological solution during two days of dialysis.
First order kinetic equations are used for explanation of dialysis results. The dissolution characteristics of alpha-active
aerosols are important in interpretation of their passage from the lungs after inhalation.