Considering Alternative Markers for Dialysis Dose

A new review article looks at the impact of longer and/or more frequent, high-dose HD on dialysis adequacy—and inadequacy. Some uremic solutes come from nutrient intake and others don’t. For nutrient-based solutes, the authors suggest using inorganic phosphorus and protein-bound wastes as markers to develop new dose measures. For non-nutrient based middle molecules, they suggest beta-2-microglobulin measurement.

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