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  1. Longer-term Benefits of Early Start PD

    Do people who start PD emergently differ from those with a planned PD start? No, suggests a new study of 154 patients followed for a median of just over a year. Early vs. planned-start patients had similar ages, BMIs, genders, and rates PD drop-out due to peritonitis, catheter dysfunction, and burnout. Only diabetes and BMI >25 were independently associated with PD technique failure—but no differences were found between early and planned starts.

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    Tags: Emergent Pd, Planned Pd, Early Start Pd