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n. fluid used in the dialysis process. In haemodialysis the dialysate is purified tap water to which has been added a precise amount of electrolyte solution. In peritoneal dialysis the dialysate is a commercially produced fluid containing electrolytes with glucose, glucose polymers, or amino acids.

Subjects: Chemistry — Medicine and Health.

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