What are three different types of dialysis techniques?
What is the purpose of dialysis?
what are the mechanisms by which solutes/drugs may be removed from body during haemodialysis?
What determines drug dialysability ( the ability of dialysis to remove drug from body?)
What other factors (besides those relating to the properties of drug and its pharmacokinetics) can influecn how much drug is removed by haemodialysis?
What are two ways we can estimate disalysis CL of a drug?
How do haemodialysis and heamofiltration (CRRT techniques) differ?
Which od the following drugs will be most extensively removed by haemofiltration? (SC=sieving coefficient)
How is peritoneal dialysis performed?
What factors will influence the clearance of drugs from blood by peritoneal dialysis
True or False:
Drug may also be delivered to the body using peritoneal dialysis- by placing drug in the dialysis fluid
Explain what is happening here