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DIALYSATE METERS™

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DIALYSATE METERS™ Single and Dual Range Meters Reliable Conductivity Instruments for Testing Dialysate Solutions in the Hospital, Clinic, or Home FEATURES • Fast and accurate dialysate tests • Models for both acetate and bicarbonate solutions • Chip and crack resistant polyethylene cell cup • Rugged design • Simple to use • Automatic temperature compensation The choice of hemodialysis professionals for over 35 years, these compact instruments have been designed specifically to test dialysate solutions. By measuring electrical conductivity, they will quickly determine if dialysate concentrations are correct. To use these hand-held instruments, the operator simply fills the cell cup with dialysate solution and pushes a button. The needle indicates the total concentrations of salts in the solution. Model D-1 has an expanded scale of 11-15 millimhos and is useful for testing final dialysate. A unique feature of this model is the adjustable green color band above the dial. This provides an immediate visual confirmation of whether or not the dialysate concentration is within the patient’s “safe zone”. Model D-2 features dual scales on the dial and can test both acetate and bicarbonate dialysate. Both instruments have built-in cell cups and are completely selfcontained. They are powered by 9-volt batteries which last for at least 2,000 tests. A glow light serves as a battery reserve indicator. Thousands of Myron L Dialysate Meters are still in daily use around the world after years of reliable service. For more information, please visit our website at: www.myronl.com FDA Establishment Registration #2020976 Calibration Solution Water Quality Instrumentation Accuracy • Rel

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AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION: WHY IT’S IMPORTANT The graph at the right illustrates conductivity readings of a 14.0 millimhos dialysate sample tested with a nontemperature compensated conductivity meter. The same sample APPEARS to have a higher level of dialysate concentration when heated (and lower concentration when chilled). Actually, only conductivity readings change with temperature. Dialysate concentration does not change. Some instruments ignore the importance of temperature. Others require a separate thermometer for testing sample temperature then manual adjustment of the...

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