Effects of residual renal function in haemodialysis patients

  title={Effects of residual renal function in haemodialysis patients},
  author={G. Morduchowicz and J. Winkler and J. Zabludowski and G. Boner},
  journal={International Urology and Nephrology},
Thirty-six haemodialysis patients on treatment for more than six months were studied for residual renal function (RRF). Twenty patients were anuric. The remaining 16 patients with RRF excreted 35–1600 ml urine/day with creatinine clearance ranging 0.17–6.95 ml/min. Patients with RRF were on dialysis therapy for shorter periods than those with anuria (25.5±18.5 vs. 101.7±14.2 months, p=0.001). Twelve out of 20 anuric patients had had previous renal transplantation, whereas none of those with RRF… Expand
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