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  1. Half of PD patients may develop a new glucose disorder

    A metaanalysis of nine studies with a total of 13,879 PD patients found that 8% had new-onset diabetes, 15% developed impaired glucose tolerance, and 32% had newly abnormal fasting blood sugar levels. No differences were found by ethnicity. The authors concluded that PD patients should receive glucose tolerance tests.

    Read the abstract » | (added 07/15/2019)

    Tags: Pd, Diabetes, Glucose Tolerance, Blood Sugar Levels, Glucose Tolerance Test

  2. Urgent Start PD + Diabetes

    A retrospective study compared the first 30-day outcomes and survival trends of 80 urgent start dialysis patients, 50 of whom (62.5%) did PD. Compared to those who started standard in-center HD, the dialysis-related complications were significantly lower for those on PD, and PD survival was higher as well. Read the abstract.

    Read the abstract » | (added 10/12/2018)

    Tags: Diabetes, Survival Trends, Urgent Start Dialysis, Pd, In Center Hd, Dialysis Related Complications