high-volume hemofiltration

high-volume hemofiltration
a type of continuous venovenous hemofiltration in which the average ultrafiltration rate is above 75 liters per day; it is used primarily with critically ill patients, such as those with septic shock, and requires large hemofilters and high flux membranes.

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