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Solutes in blood (Na+, Cl- and urea) what should be the concentration of dialysate for effective hemodialysis? Will it be more concentrated, less or the same concentration?
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Dialysis fluid concentration of waste like urea should be lower so it leaves the blood and important fluids like glucose should be the same concentration as the blood so it inst removed from the blood.
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Solutes in blood (Na+, Cl- and urea) what should be the concentration of dialysate for effective hemodialysis? Will it be more concentrated, less or the same concentration?
Dialysate should roughly be the same composition as normal plasma, as this is the concentration that you are wanting to achieve in the blood.
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