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Raymond J Wong: Cartridges useful in cleaning dialysis solutions. Renal Solutions, Kilyk & Bowersox P L L C, April 25, 2006: US07033498 (75 worldwide citation)

Cartridges useful in regenerating or purifying dialysis solutions are described as well as methods to regenerate or purify spent dialysis solutions. Dialysis systems using the sorbent cartridges of the present invention are further described.


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Raymond J Wong: Sodium zirconium carbonate and zirconium basic carbonate and methods of making the same. Renal Solutions, Kilyk & Bowersox P L L C, September 30, 2003: US06627164 (73 worldwide citation)

A method of making sodium zirconium carbonate is described which involves forming a mixture of zirconium oxychloride with soda ash and then heating at a sufficient temperature and for a sufficient time to form the sodium zirconium carbonate. Subsequent washing and filtration steps can further form p ...


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Raymond J Wong: Zirconium phosphate and method of making the same. Renal Solutions, Kilyk & Bowersox P L L C, November 16, 2004: US06818196 (63 worldwide citation)

A method of making sodium zirconium carbonate is described which involves forming a mixture of zirconium oxychloride with soda ash and then heating at a sufficient temperature and for a sufficient time to form the sodium zirconium carbonate. Subsequent washing and filtration steps can further form p ...


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Raymond J Wong: Zirconium basic carbonate and methods of making the same. Renal Solutions, Kilyk & Bowersox P L L C, September 5, 2006: US07101519 (38 worldwide citation)

Methods of making zirconium basic carbonate are further described which involve titrating an aqueous slurry of sodium zirconium carbonate to a pH of from about 3.5 to about 4.0 with an acidic agent wherein the sodium zirconium carbonate has a moisture content of from about 15% to about 25% LOD in so ...


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Raymond J Wong: Method of synthesizing zirconium phosphate particles. Renal Solutions, Kilyk & Bowersox P L L C, June 15, 2010: US07736507 (31 worldwide citation)

Zirconium phosphate particles are synthesized by providing a solution of zirconium oxychloride in an aqueous solvent, adding at least one oxygen-containing additive to the solution, the oxygen-containing additive being selected to form a complex with zirconium ions in the solution of zirconium oxych ...


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Raymond J Wong: Method of synthesizing zirconium phosphate particles. Renal Solutions, Kilyk & Bowersox P L L C, March 15, 2011: US07906093 (2 worldwide citation)

Zirconium phosphate particles are synthesized by providing a solution of zirconium oxychloride in an aqueous solvent, adding at least one oxygen-containing additive to the solution, the oxygen-containing additive being selected to form a complex with zirconium ions in the solution of zirconium oxych ...


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Raymond J Wong, Lucas Fontenelle: Method and system of enhancing removal of toxic anions and organic solutes in sorbent dialysis. Fresenius Medical Care Holdings, Kilyk & Bowersox P L L C, April 11, 2017: US09616163 (2 worldwide citation)

A method of sorbent dialysis is provided for enhanced removal of uremic toxins, such as toxic anions and/or organic solutes, from spent dialysate. More highly adsorbable zirconium polymeric complexes of these anions and/or organic solutes can be initially formed in spent dialysate by treatment with ...


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Raymond J Wong: Cartridges useful in cleaning dialysis solutions. Luke A Kilyk Esq, Kilyk & Bowersox Pllc, August 22, 2002: US20020112609-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Cartridges useful in regenerating or purifying dialysis solutions are described as well as methods to regenerate or purify spent dialysis solutions. Dialysis systems using the sorbent cartridges of the present invention are further described.


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Raymond J Wong: Materials for removal of toxins in sorbent dialysis and methods and systems using same. Fresenius Medical Care Holdings, Kilyk & Bowersox P L L C, June 20, 2017: US09682184

A sorbent dialysis cartridge is provided for removal of uremic toxins from dialysate wherein the sorbent cartridges can use non-enzymatic urea-binding materials in place of urease. The cartridge can have a first sorbent layer loaded with a polymerizable urea complexing agent and a second sorbent lay ...


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Raymond J Wong: Sodium zirconium carbonate and zirconium basic carbonate and methods of making the same. Kilyk & Bowersox Pllc, February 10, 2005: US20050031523-A1

A method of making sodium zirconium carbonate is described which involves forming a mixture of zirconium oxychloride with soda ash and then heating at a sufficient temperature and for a sufficient time to form the sodium zirconium carbonate. Subsequent washing and filtration steps can further form p ...