04 November 2019
Quanta Announces Poster Presentation at ASN Kidney Week 2019
Alcester, Warwickshire, UK, 04 November 2019: Quanta Dialysis Technologies Ltd (“Quanta” or the “Company”), a pioneering British medical technology company developing a personal haemodialysis system (SC+) for patient use at home and in the clinic, announces that the Company will be presenting a poster at the ASN conference, reporting on results from an experimental pulsatile push–pull flow mechanism. These results demonstrate feasibility of using a small and easy-to-use haemodialysis system like SC+ to deliver enhanced solute clearance comparable to hemodiafiltration without any added complexity. The American Society of Nephrology (ASN) Kidney Week 2019 is being held November 5–10, 2019, in Washington DC.
Title: Enhancement of Solute Clearance Using Experimental Pulsatile Push–Pull Dialysate Flow for the Quanta SC+: A Personal Clinic-to-Home Haemodialysis System
Session: Home Hemodialyis
Location: Exhibit Hall, Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Date & Time: Saturday, 9th November 2019, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET
The full poster will be available to view after the presentation on Quanta’s website: www.quantadt.com
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SC+ is a small, simple and powerful haemodialysis system designed to provide greater flexibility around where, when and how patients manage and receive their dialysis therapy. As a CE marked medical device, SC+ has been successfully piloted with the NHS, demonstrating clinical efficacy and performance compatible with traditional treatment regimens used in-centre. The innovative and patented technology behind SC+ is based on a design breakthrough that allows all dialysate fluid management to be conducted on a small, lightweight, disposable cartridge. The small form factor and simple-to-use design are intended to enable a broader range of users—including patients themselves—to manage dialysis therapy delivery across a wide range of settings—from the clinic to the home.
UK-based Quanta Dialysis Technologies aims to improve the lives of dialysis patients through innovation. Quanta’s lead product SC+ is designed to empower dialysis patients by giving them greater flexibility, convenience and control over the delivery of their life-sustaining renal replacement therapy.
For more information, please visit: www.quantadt.com