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to administer or add a drug to

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Conclusions: According to our data, there is no difference in the reached dialysis dose according to the type of vascular access employed.
Optimizing dialysis dose by increasing blood flow rate in patients with reduced vascular-access flow rate.
They rationalised this by calculating that their weekly dialysis dose was the same as when they dialysed during the daytime.
Merike Luman defended her PhD thesis on the assessment of dialysis dose and nutrion by an optical method in 2010 (supervisor I.
On-line monitoring of the dialysis dose has been suggested as a valuable tool to ensure adequate dialysis prescription [7].
While survival and hospitalizations were not substantially different among the 1,800 hemodialysis patients randomly assigned to high or standard dialysis doses and high- or low-flux filters, there were intriguing-though not definitive-findings for certain patients.
One-sixth of the 200,000 Americans undergoing hemodialysis treatment do not receive an adequate dialysis dose, it was bund.
For more information about testing the effectiveness of your dialysis, see the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) fact sheet Peritoneal Dialysis Dose and Adequacy.
Additional Information on Peritoneal Dialysis Dose and Adequacy
In designing the program, FMCNA sought to address some of the reversible risk factors contributing to early mortality, such as poor nutrition, anemia, poor mineral metabolism, cardiac issues, inadequate dialysis dose, and lack of patient empowerment.
A vital component in delivering high-quality care to patients requiring renal replacement therapy is the regular measurement of dialysis dose or adequacy.
In order to evaluate the correlation between dialysis dose measured by ionic dialysance and those measured by urea kinetic equation by Kt/V second generation according to Daugirdas, we designed a cross-sectional study involving 28 prevalent patients in our dialysis unit, we obtained affiliation data, dialysis dose (clearance, KT, KT/V) by ionic dialysance and KT/V by Daugirdas formula.
A longer, overnight therapy also allows greatly expanded flexibility in dialysis dose and schedule, better enabling physicians to match the dialysis prescription to individual patient needs.