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ECC

ECC

(1) See elliptic curve cryptography.

(2) (Error-Correcting Code) An algorithm used in error-correcting memory systems that corrects errors on the fly. See ECC memory.
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9% sodium chloride, then disconnect the extracorporeal circuit from the patient.
sup][15],[16] In the present study, citrate was infused upstream in the extracorporeal circuit of CVVH at an initial infusion rate of 29.
Aarts, "Mini extracorporeal circuit for coronary artery bypass grafting: initial clinical and biochemical results: a comparison with conventional and off-pump coronary artery bypass grafts concerning global oxidative stress and alveolar function," Perfusion, vol.
Patient direct heparinization versus extracorporeal Circuit heparinization in hemodialysis: a comparative study
Simulated circuit studies using neonatal circuits and pumps confirm the potential role of the extracorporeal circuit in altering the PK of administered drugs (29,38).
Pre-filter fluid replacement and minimal heparin were used during the process of CVVH as a preventative measure to prevent clotting of blood in the extracorporeal circuit; however, early clotting of the extracorporeal circuit still occurred.
The system is an extracorporeal circuit comprised of a hollow fiber cartridge containing porcine hepatocytes, coupled with charcoal in a plasma-perfused circuit.
Purpose: To measure any significant differences in prolonged bleeding and/or changes in clotting of the extracorporeal circuit with implications on patient safety and decreased nursing workload.
a global leader in renal innovation, today announced the start of a Phase 3 clinical trial evaluating an investigational drug that combines a citrate anticoagulant and renal replacement solution to determine if and to what extent it lengthens the extracorporeal circuit life in acute kidney injury patients treated with continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT).
During HD, the clotting cascade is activated when blood components contact the extracorporeal circuit (ECC).
Blood enters the extracorporeal circuit through an access line, passes through the haemofilter, and returns to the patient\'s circulation via the return line.

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