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By L. Yaffe (auth.), Thomas Ming Swi Chang M.D., C.M., Ph.D., F.R.C.P.(C) (eds.)

There is a speedy bring up in curiosity concerning novel methods in man made kidneys, man made liver, and detoxifi­ cation. fresh learn has incorporated the profitable scientific appli­ cations of the primary of man-made cells for adsorbent hemo­ perfusion. because it is two decades in the past at McGill that the 1st file on "Artificial Cells" was once awarded, i presumed it would be helpful to celebration a small workforce of audio system and individuals for an afternoon sooner than the ASAIO assembly to debate a few contemporary advances within the region of the scientific functions of man-made kidney, man made liver and synthetic cells with emphasis on adsorbent hemoperfusion. even if, the enthusiastic helps of uncommon audio system, consultation chairmen and members have been such that the unique professional­ jection of a hundred contributors had multiplied to a preregistration overall of 250, from Australia, Canada, England, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, Scotland, Sweden and U. S. A. this system additionally elevated to incorporate a evaluation part on hemodialysis, dialysate regeneration, hemofiltration, resin hemoperfusion and oxystarch given by way of their respective originators. the rest of the symposium emphasizes the prestige of the paintings on diversified encap­ sulated adsorbent hemoperfusion methods. i need to apolo­ gize to people who lets no longer accommodate beca~se of area limita­ tions. it truly is was hoping that this symposium quantity could be beneficial for them and for others who're attracted to this zone. exact thank you are as a result of Ms Joanne Toms for her first-class secretarial tips for the convention and Mrs.

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Giordano, C; Esposito, R; Pluvio, M. An improved oxystarch in the treatment of renal failure. Proc. Strathclyde Bioengineering Seminar Series, Glasgow, August, 1976. MICROENCAPSULATED ADSORBENT HEMOPERFUSION ARTIFICIAL CELLS FOR ARTIFICIAL KIDNEY, ARTIFICIAL LIVER AND DETOXIFICATION Thomas Ming Swi Chang Artificial Organs Research Unit McGill University Montreal, Quebec, Canada THE BASIS OF ARTIFICIAL CELLS FOR ARTIFICIAL ORG~~S In 1956, while a premedical student at McGill, I prepared some artificial cells mainly to demonstrate the feasibility of the principle of "artificial cells" (Chang, 1957).

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