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Questions 3-4 : Summary

Questions 3-4 : Summary

In this step, Prof. Lee demonstrates how to solve these questions.

To begin with, there is a tip. If we collect intermittent dialysate in this example between zero and one hour, then the blood collection should be made at the midpoint of zero and one hour, which is 0.5 hour.

The formula we use is the same as the one in the question 2, did you find it?

Finally, the key to the fourth question is the fraction of a drug removal, which is the ultimate indicator for dialyzability.

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