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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : RFR / red cell filtration rate

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Long Form:   red cell filtration rate
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1994 Trilinolein improves erythrocyte deformability during cardiopulmonary bypass. CPB
1993 The influence of heparin-coated and uncoated extracorporeal circuits on blood rheology during cardiac surgery. CPB, HCC, NCC, P-Hb, WFR
1990 Acute embolic lower limb ischaemia is associated with decreased red cell deformability. ---
1990 Blood cell filtrability: reference values and clinical applications. P-WFR, WBFR, WFR
1990 [Hemolysis and red cell deformability during cardiopulmonary bypass--the effect of prostaglandin E1 for prevention of hemolysis]. CPB
1989 Alteration of red cell deformability during extracorporeal bypass: membrane v bubble oxygenator. ---
1988 Association between arrhythmias and reduced red cell deformability following cardiopulmonary bypass. CPB
1988 Cutaneous microcirculation and blood rheology following cardiopulmonary bypass. Laser Doppler flowmetric and blood cell rheologic studies. P-WFR
1987 Reduced per- and postoperative mortality following the use of urea during elective cardiopulmonary bypass. A proposed treatment for the prevention of reduced red cell deformability during open heart surgery. CPB
10  1986 Deformability and electrolyte changes of erythrocytes in connection with open heart surgery. CPB
11  1985 Changes in red cell deformability associated with anaesthesia and cardiopulmonary bypass in open-heart surgery. BFRI, CPB, OFRI
12  1985 Evaluation of red cell damage during cardiopulmonary bypass. CPB, P-Hb
13  1985 Mechanical trauma to red blood cells caused by Bjork-Shiley and Carpentier-Edwards heart valves. BS, CE, P-Hb
14  1984 The effect of urea on red cell deformability during cardiopulmonary bypass. CPB