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Hemodialysis is a renal support treatment to remove excess fluid and waste products from the blood. During hemodialysis, a patient’s blood flows through a circuit outside of the body comprised of needles, tubes, an artificial kidney, air trap and roller pump. The artificial kidney (the dialysis membrane) is the most important factor in the bio-compatibility or non-compatibility of the dialysis system. Marianne Schoorl is studying the activation of blood platelets and the clotting system in the use of various types of artificial kidney membranes.

Event details of Activation of blood platelets in hemodialysis
Date 21 May 2014
Time 13:00
Location Aula - Oude Lutherse kerk

M. Schoorl, Activation of Platelets and Coagulation during Haemodialysis.

Supervisor

Prof. A. Sturk

Co-supervisors

Dr P.C.M. Bartels (Inholland)

Prof. M.J. Nubé (VU)

Aula - Oude Lutherse kerk

Singel 411
1012 XM Amsterdam

Entrance

This event is open to the public.