Remote monitoring of peritoneal dialysis: evaluating the impact of the Claria Sharesource system

  title={Remote monitoring of peritoneal dialysis: evaluating the impact of the Claria Sharesource system},
  author={Eleri R Wood and Katelyn McCarthy and M. R. Roper},
  journal={Journal of Kidney Care},
Systems that allow remote patient monitoring of those performing home-based therapies are becoming increasingly important. A new system, called Claria Sharesouce, was introduced for people on autom... 
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