Advances in End-stage Renal Diseases 2005: International Conference on Dialysis VII, January 19-21, 2005, New Orleans, La

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Claudio Ronco, N. W. Levin
Karger Medical and Scientific Publishers, Jan 1, 2005 - Medical - 99 pages
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This latest volume contains discussions of epidemiological data and risk factors for morbid conditions in hemodialysis - stressing the importance of comorbidities in the final outcome of dialysis patients - including contributions on phosphate kinetics, hyperphosphatemia or the effect of daily hemodialysis on monocyte apoptosis. Moreover, special attention is paid to new technologies such as ultrasound elasticity imaging and monitoring of home hemodialysis or vascular access, underlining the fact that technology cannot be a surrogate for good clinical practice and meticulous care of patients. Covering a broad spectrum of topics, this publication is a most helpful reference tool for both clinicians and basic investigators involved in hemodialysis.
 

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ary hyperparathyroidism in renal failure is modulated by 25
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Apoptosis
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Novel Therapies for Hemodialysis Vascular Access Modalities
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had vascular calcification 2 years after the start of dialysis This phenotype is also characterized by extrusion
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Methods and 91 Absence of NFB Activation by a New Polystyrene
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Access Monitoring Does Not Really Improve
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