Combination of crystalloid (glucose) and colloid (icodextrin) osmotic agents markedly enhances peritoneal fluid and solute transport during the long PD dwell.

@article{Freida2007CombinationOC,
  title={Combination of crystalloid (glucose) and colloid (icodextrin) osmotic agents markedly enhances peritoneal fluid and solute transport during the long PD dwell.},
  author={Philippe Freida and Magda Galach and Jos{\'e} Carolino Divino Filho and Andrzej Werynski and Bengt Lindholm},
  journal={Peritoneal dialysis international : journal of the International Society for Peritoneal Dialysis},
  year={2007},
  volume={27 3},
  pages={
          267-76
        }
}
BACKGROUND Fluid and sodium removal is often inadequate in peritoneal dialysis patients with high peritoneal solute transport rate, especially when residual renal function is declining. METHOD We studied the effects of using simultaneous crystalloid (glucose) and colloid (icodextrin) osmotic agents on the peritoneal transport of fluid, sodium, and other solutes during 15-hour single-dwell exchanges using 3.86% glucose, 7.5% icodextrin, and a combination fluid with 2.61% glucose and 6.8… CONTINUE READING

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