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  1. European Patients Live Longer with Extended HD Treatments

    Compared to standard in-center HD, patients from eight European countries who dialyzed for 6+ hours thrice weekly lived longer. Of 142,460 patients, 1,338 did extended HD. Compared to in-center HD (13.5/100 person-years), crude mortality for extended HD (6.0/100 person-years) was significantly better. Overall, those treated with extended treatments were 73% more likely to have survived.

    Read the abstract » | (added 12/10/2019)

    Tags: Survival, Extended Hours Hemodialysis, Haemodialysis, Era Edta Registry

  2. Emergent Start PD Yet Again

    Learn about the rationale and feasibility of using PD as a first dialysis option for emergent start patients instead of inserting a central venous catheter and starting HD. .

    Read the abstract » | (added 04/12/2018)

    Tags: End Stage Renal Disease, Haemodialysis, Peritoneal Dialysis, Unplanned Start, Urgent Start