Catheter Insertion and Perioperative Practices Within the ISPD North American Research Consortium

@article{Wallace2016CatheterIA,
  title={Catheter Insertion and Perioperative Practices Within the ISPD North American Research Consortium},
  author={Eric L. Wallace and Rachel B. Fissell and Thomas A Golper and Peter G Blake and Adriane M. Lewin and Matthew J. Oliver and Robert R. Quinn},
  journal={Peritoneal Dialysis International},
  year={2016},
  volume={36},
  pages={382 - 386}
}
♦ Background: In general, efforts to standardize care based on group consensus practice guidelines have resulted in lower morbidity and mortality. Although there are published guidelines regarding insertion and perioperative management of peritoneal dialysis (PD) catheters, variation in practice patterns between centers may exist. The objective of this study is to understand variation in PD catheter insertion practices in preparation for conducting future studies. ♦ Methods: An electronic… 

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