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NDT Plus ; 1: The mean haemoglobin from this study was 7.

Early recognition and appropriate management of sepsis in peritoneal dialysis patients should be initially based on standard protocol. Paed Nephrol ; Pill burden in this study showed that the majority of patients were taking between five to ten pills per day, with some taking up to 16 pills for the day Fig.

In PD therapy, periyoneal quality of life for patients with ESRD is improved with preservation and prolongation of residual renal function which is associated with improved survival. Patient’s case files were all retrieved from the medical records department, UHWI. Anemia Management in Peritoneal Dialysis Patients: A sub-analysis of the mean haemoglobin among the different cause of ESRD would reflect this and possibly shed some light on the observed trend.

This will ultimately guide clinical decision and prescription management. Peritoneal dialysis PD first became a practical and widespread modality of renal replacement therapy in the s.

Kidney Internation al ; There is new evidence 15, 16 which suggests that the constant high load of glucose in PD patients may predispose to impaired glucose tolerance, diabetes mellitus and even metabolic syndrome. The mean haemoglobin was 7.


The geographic location of the patients on PD reflects a higher proportion in the Kingston as well St Catherine environs and this could simply be due to location bias as the PDU is located in this area.

The average age of 49 range of 33 to 65 years from this study is similar to many other reviewed studies 8, 12 and is also similar to the age seen in patients on haemodialysis 1. Also, the use of vaccination as primary prevention in this population which is also likely to have congestive cardiac failure is recommended.

Chronic long-term PD is associated with progressive loss of ultrafiltration capacity and integrity of the peritoneal membrane.

Despite this, technique failure rate and complica tion remain high. Characteristics of long-term PD Sur vivors, 18 years’ experience in one center. Blood in the peritoneal capillaries in renal failure contains excess of urea, creatinine and potassium etc peritonneal one side and the dialysis solution in the peritoneal cavity, which typically contains sodium, chlorine and lactate rendered hyperosmolar by inclusion of glucose is on the other side.

Metabolic syndrome in peritoneal dialysis patients.

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Ann of clin mic High RRF trans late to less mortality in autmatizada patients. Of these deaths, Los datos de pacientes fueron analizados.


The PD first concept as practised in Hong Kong should be examined in this region. The hospital authority in Hong Kong reimburses only patients for PD. Complications, outcome, peritoneal dialysis.

Perhaps this reflects the fact that PD is a better choice in paediatric and adolescent population combined with the fact that patients with persistent posterior urethral valves will present earlier in life with CKD. Peritoneal dialysis for patients with ESRD offers many advantages, including better quality of life, preservation of residual renal function, and patients and care-giver flexibility and satisfaction. Peritoneal dialysis is one of the effective means of renal replacement therapy and can be home-based autommatizada centre-based but this study was based at an in-hospital centre.

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It involves the transport of solutes and water across a “membrane” that separates two fluid containing compartments. A significant majority of the patients rely on packed red cell transfusion to maintain their haemoglobin as well as to peritoneeal symptoms of anaemia. It therefore is not surprising that they also accounted for the higher mortality seen in the study.