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plasmapheresis por

P S Malchesky, J Wojcicki, M Moorman, E J Pentermann, J Lewandowski, Y Nose
The blood cell and membrane properties are important in determining hemolysis and cell deposition, as shown previously, and thus are determinants of the maximum plasma separation rates. In general, membranes with large mean pore sizes exhibit hemolysis at lower operating transmembrane pressures. Surface structure and not necessarily por tortuosity has been found to be more important, at least for the hollow fiber membranes studied. Mean membrane pore data coupled with SEM observations were useful in correlating red cell lysis with membrane properties...
1984: Transactions—American Society for Artificial Internal Organs
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