An Important Differential Diagnosis in Capd Patients with Sudden Onset of Fever, Vomiting, Abdominal Pain, and Cloudy Dialysate

@article{Prischl1999AnID,
  title={An Important Differential Diagnosis in Capd Patients with Sudden Onset of Fever, Vomiting, Abdominal Pain, and Cloudy Dialysate},
  author={F. Prischl and M. Wallner and W. Schauer and R. Balon and R. Kramar},
  journal={Peritoneal Dialysis International},
  year={1999},
  volume={19},
  pages={81 - 84}
}
pressive in the fully compliant group of patients. While the patient number was small, it is unlikely that the negative result is due to a type 2 error, in that the absolute changes achieved were small and hardly clinically significant. The treatment failed also to improve the well-described (4) poor prognosis of these patients. Only one other study (9) has investigated the effect of oral protein supplements in malnourished CAPD patients. Shimomura et al. (9) found that plasma albumin rose from… Expand
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