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They were instrumental in answering phones, keeping organized lists of who we were dialyzing and when, and making sure all of our patients had been accounted for.
It has been our practice in dialyzing an infant for the first few times that caution is the best approach, and we start by running our patient's blood flow at a very slow clearance rate for two hours.
The proportion of patients dialyzing at home began to fall steadily with the implementation of almost universal entitlement to dialysis and transplantation with the Medicare End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Program in the U.
Thirty-three hemodialysis patients in the midst of dialyzing and 80 complex continuing care patients were living in the building.
Previously both the measuring system and the dialyzing micro system of the sensor were coupled via an internal circuit that was driven by a micro-pump.
In the last few years, more centers are offering nocturnal therapy in-center where patients are dialyzing 6 to 8 hours three nights per week.
Also, we are dialyzing two babies practically every day.
In Stacy's case, her 20-year-old daughter was her dialyzing partner.
The nephrology nurses who I saw in the dialysis units and in the hospitals dialyzing acute care patients the day after the storm were there to care for their patients even though some of them had damage to their own homes.
Sixty patients on home dialysis are dialyzing 6 times a week and utilizing buttonhole cannulation with 1069.
However, if you speak to most patients on HHD, they will give you the long list of benefits to dialyzing in their own homes.
We were dialyzing a visiting patient from one of our sister units who was receiving plasmapheresis in preparation for a mismatched living donor transplant.
By the mid-1990s, only 20% of patients on dialysis in the United States were dialyzing with an AV fistula (Allon & Robbin, 2002).
Will it rake a patient going to (he floor of the Capitol during a session of Congress, and dialyzing in front of Congress and testifying about what home dialysis means to patients with ESRD--how it has "Given their lives back"--to make a change in reimbursement?
What better way to be fully engaged and independent than dialyzing at home where patients have the freedom to set their own dialysis times at their own convenience?