What is PrismaSol used for?

Prismasol 4 mmol/l Potassium is used in the treatment of renal failure, as substitution solution in haemofiltration and haemodiafiltration and as dialysis solution in continuous haemodialysis or continuous haemodiafiltration.

What is Phoxillum?

PHOXILLUM solution is indicated in pediatric and adult patients for use as a replacement solution in Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT) to replace plasma volume removed by ultrafiltration and to correct electrolyte and acid-base imbalances.

What is Regiocit?

Product Description. REGIOCIT is a sterile, replacement solution intended for use in adult patients being treated with CRRT and for whom RCA is appropriate. REGIOCIT, contains physiological concentrations of sodium (140 mmol/l), chloride (86 mmol/l), and a low concentration of citrate (18 mmol/L).

What is PrismaSATE?

PRISMASATE Dialysate Formula is intended for treatment of acute kidney disease (renal failure) using Continuous Renal Replacement Therapies, such as continuous hemodialysis and hemodiafiltration aimed at normalizing the composition of the blood.

What is CRRT replacement fluid?

Replacement fluid is the fluid used to dilute the post-filter blood in haemofiltration, restoring volume and buffering the blood as it returns to the patient. In CRRT, these fluids are usually supplied as 5000ml bags, pre-packed and sterilised.

What is Prismasate?

What is the difference between Cvvh and Cvvhdf?

CVVH is effective method for removal of large molecules. Continuous veno-venous hemodialysis (CVVHD) removes fluid mainly by diffusion using dialysate. No replacement fluid is used. CVVHD is effective method for removal of small to medium sized molecules.

What is CRRT dialysis?

Continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) is a type of dialysis. Dialysis does the work of your kidneys when you have a serious kidney injury (also known as acute renal failure). You get CRRT for several days or weeks. It filters wastes, such as urea, from the blood. It also removes extra fluid from your body.

How does CRRT dialysis work?

CRRT is a slower type of dialysis that puts less stress on the heart. Instead of doing it over four hours, CRRT is done 24 hours a day to slowly and continuously clean out waste products and fluid from the patient. It requires special anticoagulation to keep the dialysis circuit from clotting.

What is dialysate solution made of?

Dialysate is a fluid that is made up of water, electrolytes and salts. During dialysis, dialysate helps to clean your blood inside the dialyzer by removing waste products and balancing electrolytes.

What are the components of dialysate?

Dialysate solution commonly contains six (6) electrolytes: sodium (Na+), potassium (K+), calcium (Ca2+), magnesium (Mg2+), chloride (Cl–), and bicarbonate ( ). A seventh component, the nonelectrolyte glucose or dextrose, is invariably present in the dialysate.