Negative selection of patients for dialysis and transplantation in the United Kingdom.

@article{Challah1984NegativeSO,
  title={Negative selection of patients for dialysis and transplantation in the United Kingdom.},
  author={S Challah and Antony J. Wing and R Bauer and R W Morris and S A Schroeder},
  journal={British medical journal},
  year={1984},
  volume={288 6424},
  pages={1119-22}
}
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 failure and associated social and medical problems. In each case the responding doctor was asked to indicate whether the patient would be… CONTINUE READING

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