Published in Blood Weekly, August 12th, 2004
The SEPET device is a single-use hollow-fiber cartridge designed to provide extracorporeal blood purification therapy for patients with acute liver failure. SEPET is designed to work with standard kidney dialysis machines for removal of the plasma fraction in blood containing toxins of hepatic failure.
One of the preclinical studies was designed to examine the effect of SEPET therapy on safety...
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