Journal Watch - End Stage Renal Disease

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  1. Left Atrial Remodeling Not Found After 1 Year of Nocturnal HD

    While left ventricular mass has been shown to regress with intensive HD, the same does not seem to hold true for the left atrium, nor did the ejection fraction improve, finds a new study of 37 patients switched from conventional HD. Read the abstract.

    Read the abstract » | (added 09/10/2018)

    Tags: Cardiac Mri, End Stage Renal Disease, Hemodialysis, Left Atrium

  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

  3. Remote Monitoring in PD May Catch Problems Early and Reduce Costs

    A simulation study using 12 patient profiles has determined that the ability to obtain clinical treatment information from PD could avoid the use of home and ER visits and hospital stays by identifying problems early, saving an estimated $7,088 to $23,364 across Italy, Germany, and the U.S. Read the abstract.

    Read the abstract » | (added 11/13/2017)

    Tags: Chronic Kidney Disease, Economics, End Stage Renal Disease, Peritoneal Dialysis, Remote Therapy Management, Telemedicine