hypertension was defined as Systolic Blood pressure rise in BP of more than 30mmHg from base line, intra dialytic
hypotension was defined as systolic Blood Pressure less than 90 mmHg at anytime during dialysis or fall in Systolic BP of more the 30mmHg.
Cancer incidence in 854 kidney transplant recipients from a single institution: comparison with normal population and with patients under dialytic
Of interest, serum bicarbonate was measured during a mid-week dialytic
interval in nine patients dialyzed for 4 h using a dialysate bicarbonate concentration of 35 mEq/L (30).
IL-1b, TNF-a and IL-6 release from monocytes in haemodialysis patients in relation to dialytic
Patients with history of head trauma, stroke, severe psychiatric disturbances (schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and depression), chronic ear diseases (otosclerosis, Meniere disease, endolymphatic hydrops, and hearing neuropathy), or diagnosis of vestibular schwannoma, dialytic
chronic renal disease, and other neurodegenerative diseases were excluded.
modality does not seem to interfere in the pathophysiology and incidence of the syndrome ; however, recent studies report contrasting results [15, 17].
Table 2: Correlations of sRAGE with baseline characteristics of patients included in the study analyzed as a whole group and after classification according to the dialytic
Evaluation of the knowledge of chronic renal patients in conservative treatment about dialytic
Strontium overload in uremic patients on regular dialytic
This method of assessment has been recommended for patients on HD because HD fatigue varies over time during dialytic
and interdialytic periods (Abdel-Kader et al., 2014; Artom et al., 2014).
These advancements have led to the introduction of daily dialysis that has some advantages over conventional dialytic
therapy, including shorter daily treatment times.
With more effective newer antibiotics and better intensive care including dialytic
support services, the outcome in these patients has improved remarkably.