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abnormal binding proteins, dialyzable protein binding competitors, heterophile antibodies, autoantibodies) or in vitro factors (free fatty acids, assay antibodies, analogs, intrinsic dilution).
When TJ-48 was fractionated, the dialyzable fraction (F-3) and the polysaccharide fraction (F-5) expressed the in vitro activity.
In patients with dialyzable anti-arrhythmic drugs, rhythm alterations can be caused by the drug removal during hemodialysis treatments.
Their rigorous dissection of characteristics of the assay and use of carefully defined solutions demonstrates that the assay correlates generally with total T but does not measure dialyzable T; this observation is consistent with prior reservations about this class of assay by reported by the Endocrine Society (2, 3) and of other investigators (4-6).
The tracer dialysis method was also applied to these solutions to verify dialyzable free testosterone concentrations.
Because metformin hydrochloride is dialyzable (with a clearance of up to 170 mL/min under good hemodynamic conditions), prompt hemodialysis is recommended to correct the acidosis and remove the accumulated metformin.