The HEMO Study Returns with a New Message

“An index only on the basis of urea does not provide a sufficient measure of dialysis adequacy,” finds yet another reanalysis of the by-now-ancient HEMO study data. Looking only at small uremic solutes—even non-urea wastes—did not predict all-cause mortality. Doing HD just three times a week made it impossible to remove enough solutes to matter.

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