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the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

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Given the increased incidence of stroke in the renal replacement therapy population, it is vital to assess the patient's neurological function to seek a potential focal cause.
However, our data suggest that renal failure requiring renal replacement therapy is as potent a risk factor for reactivation of TB as any (including HIV infection) previously described.
We created an inception cohort of all adult renal replacement therapy patients (>16 years) admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) of Middlemore Hospital, Counties Manukau District Health Board, Auckland, New Zealand from January 2002 to December 2008.
At present, the choice of renal replacement therapy appears to be based on the clinical status of the patient and the resources of the institution (O'Reilly & Tolwani).
The use of diuretics in AKI does not improve mortality outcomes and the use of renal replacement therapy.
There was no evidence of benefit in studies which used renal replacement therapy at traditional doses (less than 35 ml/kg/hour) or high doses (35 to 65 ml/kg/hour) (Figure 2).
The new chapters discuss nitric oxide; clinical critical care protocols; neurocritical care; renal replacement therapy in the critically ill patient; prehospital emergency and trauma care; sleep, memory, and consciousness; preoperative cognitive dysfunction; anesthesia for correction of cardiac arrhythmias; anesthesia for bariatric surgery; ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia; information technology in anesthesia; and the historical development and scope of anesthesia practice around the world.
The advent of formalized pre-dialysis care clinics has been shown to extend the wellness of these individuals, as well as slow the progression of renal disease, which, in turn, extends the time until renal replacement therapy is required (McLaughlin et al.
CHICAGO -- The optimal dose of renal replacement therapy for acute renal failure is unknown, but higher doses of renal therapy and increased frequency of intermittent hemodialysis appear to be associated with decreased mortality, said Dr.
Mortality rates of patients experiencing acute kidney injury combined with multi-organ failure and/or severe sepsis and requiring Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT) are often greater than 50%," said Jim Danehy, President and CEO of CytoPherx.
Contract notice: Successive supplies of equipment disposable hemodialysis type filters diasafe plus, equipment disposable to perform continuous renal replacement therapy and plasmapheresis to held by the contracting cameras of aquarius and multifiltrate basic and equipment disposable to perform continuous renal replacement therapy, along with the lease of three cameras for continuous renal replacement therapy and plasmapheresis.
The Company's revolutionary System One simplifies care in acute settings and allows renal care professionals to deliver the prescribed renal replacement therapy via a variety of modalities to critically ill patients.
This edition has been revised and includes new advances, new authors, and expanded chapters on electrolyte and acid-base disorders, nephrotic syndrome, acute kidney injury, urinary tract infection, tubulopathies, chronic kidney disease, renal replacement therapy, voiding disorders, and neonatal renal problems.
4,7) Greater severity of illness and increasing co-morbidities in an ageing population may explain why technological advances in renal replacement therapy have had a disappointing effect on survival since they were first introduced in the 1960s.