Kidney Dialysis Project Report PAB

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The project report can be on any biomedical or clinical instrument. Suggestion are listed below. This report should be 5-10 pages. It should start off by describing what is the instrument and why is it important. The main body of the report should describe how the instrument works including the transducer, signal processing and outputs. Conclusion should comment on how well it works and where the new developments are going. Introduction -Normal Kidney Function -Kidney Failure -Overview of Kidney Dialysis Procedure Body -More in depth step by step kidney filtering -More in depth of how kidney dialysis replaces kidney function Conclusion -Weaknesses of kidney dialysis -Improvements being made
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Normal Kidney Function In humans, the two kidneys lye between the T 12 and L 3 vertebrae. These kidneys are protected by the floating ribs. Matured kidney’s are approximately 10cm long and about 5.5 cm wide. They are bean shaped and are capped by adrenal glands at the top of each kidney. These kidneys are surrounded by serous membranes, and held in place by connective tissue. We can think of the tissue as having one input with two separate
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