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Biological reactions within the extracorporeal blood circuit during hemodialysis

by Dialysis-Workshop (1986 Tegernsee, Germany)

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Published by Karger in Basel, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hemodialysis -- Complications -- Congresses.,
  • Hematology -- congresses.,
  • Hemodialysis -- congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementDialysis Workshop, Tegernsee, March 13-15, 1986 ; volume editors, K.M. Koch, E. Streicher.
    SeriesContributions to nephrology ;, vol. 59, Contributions to nephrology ;, v. 59.
    ContributionsKoch, K. M., Streicher, E.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC901.7.H45 D53 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 167 p. :
    Number of Pages167
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2387963M
    ISBN 103805545789
    LC Control Number87017058

    Hemodialysis can be undertaken without an anticoagulant in children who are at significant risk for bleeding by using a rapid blood flow rate and by frequently rinsing the blood circuit with saline. However, clotting commonly forms within the circuit with subsequent loss of the extracorporeal blood. Hemodialysis, also spelled haemodialysis, or simply dialysis, is a process of purifying the blood of a person whose kidneys are not working normally. This type of dialysis achieves the extracorporeal removal of waste products such as creatinine and urea and free water from the blood when the kidneys are in a state of kidney failure. Hemodialysis is one of three renal replacement therapies. An alternative method for extracorporeal separation of blood Specialty: nephrology.

      An RRT system consists of an extracorporeal blood circuit, a filtrate circuit and, for CVVH, a replacement fluid circuit. Veno-venous RRT utilizes an ‘occlusive’ roller pump in the pre-filter line segment, to circulate blood through the extracorporeal by: 7. During hemodialysis (HD), blood is circulated through an extracorporeal tubing system (bloodline) made of medical-grade polymeric material. Sensors of various types that do not come into contact with blood (optical, electromagnetic, etc.) are applied directly across the bloodline for clinical purposes and for therapy customization. Thus, a detailed knowledge of the bloodline’s physical Cited by: 3.

    Heparin, a negatively charged glycoprotein, whether unfractionated or of low molecular weight (LMWH), is universally used to prevent blood clotting in the extracorporeal circuit. 3 To lessen or suppress intravenous administration of heparin during the extracorporeal circulation, binding of heparin to the membrane has led to extended research. During HD, the clotting cascade is activated when blood components contact the extracorporeal circuit (ECC). Haemodialysis in patients at high risk of bleeding CRRT uses an extracorporeal circuit to ultrafilter plasma and remove water and wastes from a patient's blood.


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Biological reactions within the extracorporeal blood circuit during hemodialysis. Basel ; New York: Karger, © (OCoLC) Online version: Dialysis-Workshop ( Tegernsee, Germany). Biological reactions within the extracorporeal blood circuit during hemodialysis. Basel ; New York: Karger, © (OCoLC) Material Type.

Author(s): Koch,K M; Streicher,E; Dialysis-Workshop,( Tegernsee, Germany) Title(s): Biological reactions within the extracorporeal blood circuit during. the extracorporeal circuit during hemodialysis is re- duction in blood flow, usually the result of mechan- ical abnormalities in the vascular access or in the extracorporeal circuit itself (3, 4).

Most often such abnormalities are easily detected, although reduced blood flow may be. The symp­toms start within a few minutes of blood flowing through the extracorporeal circuit. The patient complains of feeling hot and flushed and develops anxiety, agitation, and pruritus.

Shortness of breath, wheezing, chest pain, back pain, ab­dominal pain, nausea, diarrhea, and feeling of im­pending death occur in some by:   Blood traverses through each individual capillary, whilst dialysis fluid flows in between the capillaries in a countercurrent fashion, thus maximising concentration gradients.

Modern dialysis machines are designed to control and monitor the production of dialysis fluid at the prescribed flow rate, temperature and chemical composition, to Cited by: 2.

Mechanical stress to blood cannot be completely avoided during dialysis treatments because blood is circulated outside the body via one or two peristaltic pumps through an extracorporeal circuit Author: Hans-Dietrich Polaschegg.

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Renal replacement therapy can be integrated into the main extracorporeal circuit during ECMO to provide for optimal fluid management and removal of inflammatory mediators. Key Messages AKI is frequently observed in patients supported with by: Temperature (T) changes in the blood flowing through the extracorporeal circuit markedly affect cardiovascular tolerance to fluid removal during either hemodialysis (HD) and isolated ultrafiltration.

The extracorporeal circuit in hemodialysis and related therapies facilitates passage of blood to and from the patient and forms an integral link with the safety systems of the proportioning system.

Historically, elements of the circuit were subject to problems such as spallation introduced by the blood pump and plasticizer from the tubing sets leaching into the blood. Many of these early. During a hemodialysis treatment a PCT notices the blood returning though the extracorporeal circuit is a translucent cherry or cranberry red color.

A likely cause of blood this color is: Hemolysis. Once blood (and solute within) leaves the patient, it enters the extracorporeal circuit. The competitor drug or replacement fluid in pre-dilution HDF is infused in this arterial tube segment at a Cited by: 4.

Extracorporeal therapies, including hemodialysis or hemoperfusion, alone or in combination can be used to clear toxins and toxic metabolites from animals after accidental poisoning or drug overdose. 34, The use of extracorporeal therapies for toxin removal is gaining greater recognition as an important extension of extracorporeal.

In particular, during pathological conditions requiring ECMO, the biological defense mechanisms maintaining central perfusion by a reduction of perfusion to peripheral organs (such as the kidney) have been identified as pretreatment and patient-related risk factors for by: blood from a blood vessel and passing it through a synthetic filter, known as a dia-lyzer.

The blood is cleaned in the dialyzer before being returned to the body, which is why the dialyzer is also referred to as an “artificial kidney.” The process is controlled by a dialysis machine, which pumps the blood around the circuit, adds in an. Blood passes through a membrane within the extracorporeal circuit, which filters harmful molecules or waste products in the blood, returning it to a normal state.

This cleaned blood. checks arterial or venous pressure in the blood circuit. it uses monitoring line with transducer protectors and traps any air in the extracorporeal circuit. BLOOD VOLUME MONITORING is done to measure the volume of fluid removed from the blood during a treatment.

filter was tested in the extracorporeal circuit during the hemodialysis of adult sheep. At a blood flow of mI/mm, the clearance of heparin varied from 50 to 70 mI/mm (N = 16) depending on the amount of immobilized heparinase in the ifiter.

Hemolysis was insignificant as measured by the animals' red cell counts, hematocrit, total hemoglobin. Biological Reactions within the Extracorporeal Blood Circuit during Hemodialysis(1st Edition) Cells, Proteins and Artificial Membranes Dialysis Workshop, (Contributions to Nephrology, Vol.

59) by K.M. Koch, E. Streicher, C. Ronco Hardcover, Pages, Published by S. Karger ISBNISBN:. Within this International Standard, measurement techniques current at the time of publication have been cited. for priming of an extracorporeal blood circuit, and for returning blood to the patient at the end of a treatment.

L. Raij, F.L. Shapiro, A.F. Michael Endotoxemia in febrile reactions during hemodialysis. Kidney Int.4 pp.The Lixelle® β2-microglobulin apheresis column is a sterile extracorporeal column for adsorption of β2-microglobulin from circulating blood. It is used in conjunction with hemodialysis and is placed in series with a hemodialyzer in a hemodialysis circuit.

The following diagram indicates the connection set up. The explanation why extracorporeal circuit cooling helps maintain its patency with no blood clotting can be found in data regarding thrombin generation and its in-circuit dynamics. These data revealed that blood cooling led primarily to inhibition of the initiation phase of thrombin generation consequently compromising the clotting by: