Recommended Clinical Practices for Maximizing Peritoneal Dialysis Clearances

@article{Blake1996RecommendedCP,
  title={Recommended Clinical Practices for Maximizing Peritoneal Dialysis Clearances},
  author={P. Blake and J. Burkart and D. Churchill and J. Daugirdas and T. Depner and R. Hamburger and A. Hull and S. Korbet and J. Moran and K. Nolph and D. Oreopoulos and M. Schreiber and R. Soderbloom},
  journal={Peritoneal Dialysis International},
  year={1996},
  volume={16},
  pages={448 - 456}
}
Data from the Canada-U.S.A. (CANUSA) Study have recently confirmed a long-suspected linkage between total clearance and patient survival in peritoneal dialysis (PD). Recognizing that what we have historically accepted as adequate PD simply is not, the Ad Hoc Committee on Peritoneal Dialysis Adequacy met in January, 1996. This committee of invited experts was convened by Baxter Healthcare Corporation to prepare a consensus statement that provides clinical recommendations for achieving clearance… Expand
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