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Low protein diets and nutritional therapies in CKD: investigating the current global trends

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Will we see improvements in providing a safer environment for dialysis patients? – Nephrology News & Issues

Dialysis care over the next three decades can produce better outcomes with patient-staff ratios that allow for routine use of universal precautions and patient input into their treatment regimen

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Participation: Power to the patients : Nature : Nature Research

When data-gathering precision-medicine projects build trust with their users, patients and researchers both benefit.

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Consensus document for the detection and management of chronic kidney diseaseLinee guida spagnole

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Pubblicato da su 26 settembre 2016 in letteratura, Linee Guida, malattie renali

 

The Heart and Kidney Connection – The National Kidney Foundation

Your heart and kidneys are two important organs in your body. They work together to keep you healthy.  When one is affected, the other is too.  In other words, your heart can affect the health of your kidneys, and your kidneys can affect the health of your heart.

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A Predictive Model for Progression of Chronic Kidney Disease to Kidney Failure | JAMA Network

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Pubblicato da su 26 settembre 2016 in epidemiologia, letteratura, statistica, top

 

What Is Dry Weight – The National Kidney Foundation

What is dry weight? Your normal weight without any extra fluid in your body is called “dry weight.” Extra fluid can be dangerous and cause extra strain on your body, including your heart and lungs. When you have kidney failure, your body depends on dialysis to get rid of the extra fluid and wastes that build up in your body between treatments.

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Pubblicato da su 26 settembre 2016 in emodialisi e DP, FIR

 
 
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