Clearance, Kt/V, and Concentration in a Reverse Flow Dialyser

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Dr. Johnson is a Faculty Scientist working with Dr. McGrath’s NRG laboratory. He earned his Ph.D. in Microsystems Engineering from RIT and is currently working on hemodialysis devices based on the ultrathin nanoporous membranes developed earlier by this group.

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  1. Jim says:

    I keep coming back to this post to look up the urea reduction level that corresponds to the target KT/V values and I always have to calculate it. So I’m putting it in this comment:

    KT/V = 1.2 is a reduction to 30%
    KT/V = 1.4 is a reduction to 24%

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