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  1. Daily HD Practices in France and Australia/New Zealand

    Registry data from both regions compared all incident patients who dialyzed 5-6 sessions per week—both daytime and nocturnal—with one-to-one matching of French to Australia/New Zealand patients based on age, sex, and dialysis start year. While survival and transplant access were comparable, other intriguing differences appeared.

    Read the abstract » | (added 05/15/2019)

    Tags: Registry Data, Dialysis Interval, Survival, Transplant Acces

  2. Home HD - Significantly Better Survival and Transplant Rate

    A Swedish matched cohort study compared the long-term survival of 152 home HD patients with those doing PD (n=456) or standard in-center HD (n=608). Median survival for home HD was significantly better (18.5 years) than PD (15.0) and in-center HD (11.9). Home HD patients were also significantly more likely to have received a transplant.

    Read the abstract » | (added 03/12/2019)

    Tags: Survival, Home Hemodialysis, Institutional Hemodialysis, Peritoneal Dialysis