Elisio

When Nipro set out to reimagine the single use, hollow-fiber dialyzer, our goal was to evolve the new ELISIO™ into a product delivering multiple, valuable advantages. Our design and engineering teams accomplished these objectives, innovating an array of powerful, practical benefits:

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When Nipro set out to reimagine the single use, hollow-fiber dialyzer, our goal was to evolve the new ELISIO™ into a product delivering multiple, valuable advantages. Our design and engineering teams accomplished these objectives, innovating an array of powerful, practical benefits:

  • Exclusive POLYNEPHRON™ membrane designed to function more like the human kidney to deliver better clearance performance
  • Newly formulated PES (polyethersulfone) composition for more well-balanced membrane properties
  • 3D chemical structure modeling ideal mix of hydrophilic and hydrophobic domains
  • Ultra smooth polyurethane cut surface minimizes risk of blood cell damage
  • Unique ripple structure inside the dialyzer creates less dialysate channeling for more homogenous flow. Through better diffusive transport, small molecule clearances are enhanced.
  • Advanced pore-spinning technology creates more homogenous pore sizes to optimize sieving properties, resulting in improved removal of uremic toxins and low-molecular- weight proteins, with limited loss of important proteins such as albumin
  • Improved header shape with redesigned caps to optimize blood flow dynamics
  • Header caps are permanently attached, eliminating unexpected removal or reuse. This maintains an aseptic technique during the set-up
  • Dialyzer is packed in an aluminum foil bag that has low moisture and vapor transfer rate, together with an oxygen scavenger that absorbs residual oxygen
  • Housing and fibers are not made with BPA or DEHP thereby minimizing risk for endocrine disruption and safeguarding public health

Elisio Brochure – EN

Additional Information

Elisio Research Program Overview

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Human Excretion of Bisphenol A: Blood, Urine, and Sweat (BUS) Study

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The Choice of Hemodialysis Membrane Affects Bisphenol A Levels in Blood

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Hypersensitivity reactions to synthetic haemodialysis membranes

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Elisio Research program Overview

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Damaging Effects of Bisphenol A on the Kidney and the Protection by Melatonin: Emerging Evidences from In Vivo and In Vitro Studies

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The Choice of Hemodialysis Membrane Affects Bisphenol A Levels in Blood

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Hypersensitivity reactions in patients receiving hemodialysis

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Allergic reaction to polysulphone membrane dialyser masquerading as infection

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Dialyzers biocompatibility and efficiency determinants of sterilization method choice

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Bisphenol A (BPA): Potential Risks As Determined by Research and Studies

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