Unformatted text preview: the expectable damages that could occur such as harming the red blood cells from spinning too fast. Basically, from this step the speed of how fast the dialyzer spins is obtained. Our hypothesis is that about 100 rpm and the blood flow at 50-400ml/min. should satisfy our goal. Then the two tests are combined and the dialyzer should be tested with a blood sample and check for any kind of problems in the blood from filtering it with the dialyzer. Finally the dialyzer should go into the hemodialysis and be tested on a person. As mentioned before this is just like the water fall sequence and therefore should be reviewed in each step with our acceptance criteria and satisfying our initial need: improving the efficiency of the dialyzer....
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- Fall '08
- Hematology, Dialyzer, water fall, fall design sequence