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References 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Colton CK, Henderson LW, Ford CA, Lysaght MJ (1975) Kinetics ofhemodiafiltration. I. In vitro transport characteristics of a hollow-fiber blood ultrafilter. J Lab Clin Med 85:355 Ladegaard-Pedersen HJ (1979) Measurement of the colloid osmotic pressure in patients. Scand J Clin Lab Invest 20:79 Landis EM, Pappenheimer JR (1963) Exchange of substances through capillary walls. In: Down P, Hamilton WF (eds) Handbook of physiology, Vol II. Circulation. American Physiological Society, Washington DC, pp 961-1034 Marty AT, Intaglietta M (1970) Effect on anticoagulants on human plasma colloidosmotic pressure measurements.

8. Arterial P0 2 during CA VH (polysulfone capillaries). Top: Absolute P0 2 values (mmHg), pronounced shifts ofP0 2 are seen in some patients caused by changing artificial respiration. Bottom: Arterial P0 2 , changes given in percent of initial values. Results influenced by respirator changes are excluded and shown in parentheses HF 120 1Sartorius SM 400 04) Cellulose triacetate 50 '6. 70 o i 5 15 30 " 1/ 60 Time Imin) 150 , , 240 300 Fig. 9. Arterial P0 2 during HF (cellulose triacetate). Top: Absolute P0 2 values; all patients breathing spontaneously (room air).

Schematic cross section of the neck (from Born, P; Topographic Anatomy, Gustav Fischer, Stuttgart 1972) date [3]. They are all distinguished by high success and low complication rates. We preferred to use the right vein; on the left side, the ductus thoracicus and the higher situated pleural dome could entail additional complications. Catheterization has to be performed under aseptic conditions (thorough disinfection of the neck area, sterile draping, sterile gown, and gloves). The patient rests in slight "Trendelenburg" position (20°) in order to increase venous pressure and thereby minimize the likelihood of an air embolus.

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