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Blood Purification



Aims and Scope

The expert source of research and practice for nephrologists, cardiologists, and critical care physicians

Practical information on hemodialysis, hemofiltration, peritoneal dialysis, and apheresis is featured in this journal. Recognizing the critical importance of equipment and procedures, particular emphasis has been placed on reports, drawn from a wide range of fields, describing technical advances and improvements in methodology. Papers reflect the search for cost-effective solutions which increase not only patient survival, but also patient comfort and disease improvement by prevention or correction of undesirable effects. Advances in vascular access and blood anticoagulation, problems associated with exposure of blood to foreign surfaces, and acute-care nephrology, including continuous therapies, also receive attention. Nephrologists, internists, intensivists, and hospital staff involved in dialysis, apheresis, and immunoadsorption for acute and chronic solid organ failure will find this journal useful and informative. Blood Purification also serves as a platform for multidisciplinary experiences involving nephrologists, cardiologists, and critical care physicians in order to expand the level of interaction between different disciplines and specialties.

Bibliographic Details

Blood Purification
Journal Abbreviation: Blood Purif
ISSN: 0253-5068 (Print)
e-ISSN: 1421-9735 (Online)
DOI: 10.1159/issn.0253-5068


Listed in bibliographic services, including:

PubMed | US National Library of Medicine
MEDLINE | US National Library of Medicine
Web of Science | Clarivate Analytics
Science Citation Index | Clarivate Analytics
Science Citation Index Expanded | Clarivate Analytics
Current Contents - Clinical Medicine | Clarivate Analytics
BIOSIS Previews | Clarivate Analytics
Google Scholar | Google
Chemical Abstracts Service | American Chemical Society
Scopus | Elsevier
Embase | Elsevier
Pathway Studio | Elsevier
Academic Search | EBSCO
STM Source | EBSCO
WorldCat | OCLC


Founded 1983; edited by K. Schaefer (1983–1988); continued by L.W. Henderson (1989–2000), K.M.L. Leunissen (2001–2007)
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