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Four hundred patients in 12 renal units, half of them with attached transplant units, answered a questionnaire by post or in clinics about the successes and failures of the communication process that concerned their treatment by dialysis and transplantation. Eighty per cent wanted more information, whatever their mode of treatment, those with successful(More)
In order to understand why the United Kingdom ranks low in the treatment of end stage renal failure a questionnaire investigating knowledge of current acceptance practice for dialysis and transplantation was sent to various groups of doctors throughout the country. The questionnaire comprised 16 case histories of patients with established end stage renal(More)
The call for 'triage' as a specific policy for the selection of patients presenting with chronic renal failure, in the light of increasingly limited resources prompted us to question nephrologist on their bases for selection. We discovered no absolute criteria for rejection, but a consensus of opinion against those with additional and complicating factors(More)
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