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  1. Higher Serum Phosphorus Predicts More Residual Function Loss—in Men Only

    A retrospective analysis of 1,245 CAPD patients followed for up to 11 years divided participants into tertiles based on their baseline serum phosphorus levels. One third of patients lost residual renal function (RRF) during the study, and those with the highest baseline phosphorus levels had a 51% higher risk of RRF loss than those in tertiles 1 and 2 combined. The risk of RRF loss was significantly higher for men.

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

    Tags: Serum Phosphorus, Renal Function Loss, Gender, Peritoneal Dialysis

  2. Gender and Malnutrition in PD

    Do hypoalbumineumia, overhydration, inflammation, and cardiovascular risk affect men and women on PD differently? A small study (N=26 men and 28 women) with comparable BMI found more fluid overload, inflammation, and heart risk in women with low serum albumin than in men. Read the abstract.

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

    Tags: Gender, Malnutrition, Cardiovascular Risk, Hypoalbuminemia, Inflammation, Overhydration, Peritoneal Dialysis