Physical Processes in Polymeric Filters Used for Dialysis†
AbstractThe key physical processes in polymeric filters used for the blood purification include transport across the capillary wall and the interaction of blood cells with the polymer membrane surface. Theoretical modeling of membrane transport is an important tool which provides researchers with a quantification of the complex phenomena involved in dialysis. In the paper, we present a dense review of the most successful theoretical approaches to the description of transport across the polymeric membrane wall as well as the cell–polymer surface interaction, and refer to the corresponding experimental methods while studying these phenomena in dialyzing filters. View Full-Text
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Voinova, M.; Repin, N.; Sokol, E.; Tkachuk, B.; Gorelik, L. Physical Processes in Polymeric Filters Used for Dialysis. Polymers 2019, 11, 389.
Voinova M, Repin N, Sokol E, Tkachuk B, Gorelik L. Physical Processes in Polymeric Filters Used for Dialysis. Polymers. 2019; 11(3):389.Chicago/Turabian Style
Voinova, Marina; Repin, Nikolay; Sokol, Evgen; Tkachuk, Bogdan; Gorelik, Leonid. 2019. "Physical Processes in Polymeric Filters Used for Dialysis." Polymers 11, no. 3: 389.
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