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Acute therapies

CRRT a reliable, effective option

For patients with acute kidney injury (AKI), Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT) is a reliable, effective option. CRRT cleans the blood with the help of special solutions and filters, mimicking the kidney’s natural functions and maintaining body fluid levels relatively constant. Offering a variety of therapies, Fresenius Medical Care provides efficient treatment of AKI to fit each patient's specific needs. Besides the several options for CRRT, Fresenius Medical Care also provides options for plasmapheresis.

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Consider us your ONE partner for world-class renal care technology, safety and service. With our promise to help lives challenged by illness, we’ll continue to advance our total solution for acute renal care in line with cutting-edge and affirmed medical research, always believing that ONE therapy can change a life. While creating better futures for our patients, ONE life at a time, we’ll continue to provide the most reliable total solution for acute renal failure, honouring our lifelong commitment to every patient and caregiver. For every acute renal care need, believe in ONE, believe in Fresenius Medical Care.

Acute therapies
CRRT set-ups

Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT) – standard therapies (CVVHD, CVVH, CVVHDF) for Acute Kidney Injury (AKI)


multiFiltratePRO — A perfect fit for every team for effective CRRT on intensive care units.


multiFiltrate Acute Therapy System: safe, ergonomic, intuitive – A full range of renal replacement therapies in combination with the advantages of Ci-Ca®

CRRT and plasmapheresis filters

Ultraflux® and plasmaFlux® — Filters for CRRT and Plasmapheresis. Usable with Ci-Ca® citrate and heparin anticoagulation.

CRRT fluids

Acute kidney injury (AKI) can successfully be treated by CRRT – using ready-to-use bicarbonate or lactate buffered solutions.

Vascular access

proVencare Catheters give smooth and steady blood transport, and allow purified blood to flow back into the vein freely.