- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dialyze.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Prepared by diffusion through an animal membrane.
“By now his nephrologist was no longer the TR3 guy but the doctor preceding me, who had his own dialysis suite with ten patients being dialyzed on ten machines.”
“The intern reported that when he asked the man if he wanted to choose dialysis or accept death from uremia, the man decided to be dialyzed—but, the intern explained to me, the man might not be competent to make that decision.”
“This freezing point depression is not colligative (although the depression of the melting point is) and is lost when the fluid is dialyzed through a molecular sieve with a cutoff of about 2500.”
“Overnight, we aggressively dialyzed him, as I believe I reported yesterday, and initiated a course of steroids, Decodron, in an attempt to decrease the swelling and inflammation in the airways and to reduce any constriction of the airways that would occur as a result the particularly inflammation.”
“A patient on kidney dialysis generally has to be dialyzed every couple of days.”
““Hypothetically,” Selar said, “someone who had never received any immunizations, who had never been ill nor exposed to anyone who was ill, or someone whose entire blood supply had been dialyzed and replaced, might show such a pattern.””
“To add to this, I now get dialyzed three times a week, four hours at a time.”
“Pass hydrogen sulphide through the filtered or dialyzed fluid until a precipitate ceases to fall; collect the sulphide thus formed, wash and dry it.”
“If mercury is found, the contents of the stomach may be dialyzed, the resulting clear fluid concentrated and shaken with ether, which has the power of taking corrosive sublimate up, and thus separating it from arsenic and other metallic poisons.”
“In beer, etc., the mixture may be neutralized with carbonate of potassium, dialyzed, the fluid concentrated and allowed to crystallize, when crystals of nitrate of potassium may be recognized.”
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