Peritoneal fluid and solute transport: influence of treatment time, peritoneal dialysis modality, and peritonitis incidence.

@article{Fusshoeller2002PeritonealFA,
  title={Peritoneal fluid and solute transport: influence of treatment time, peritoneal dialysis modality, and peritonitis incidence.},
  author={Andreas Fusshoeller and Sandra zur Nieden and Bernd Grabensee and Joerg Plum},
  journal={Journal of the American Society of Nephrology : JASN},
  year={2002},
  volume={13 4},
  pages={1055-60}
}
The integrity of the peritoneal membrane in peritoneal dialysis (PD) is of major importance for adequate dialysis and fluid balance. However, alterations in peritoneal fluid transport, such as ultrafiltration failure, often develop during long-term PD. To investigate peritoneal solute and fluid transport and to analyze the influence of treatment time, peritonitis incidence, and PD modality (continuous ambulatory PD [CAPD] or automated PD [APD]), a cross-sectional study with an extended… CONTINUE READING
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