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NxStage Applauds Array of Studies To Be Presented at American Society of Nephrology Meeting
Date:11/5/2008

cson presents data on health related

quality-of-life (HR-QOL) including over 41,000 in-center HD patients and

approximately 2,300 home HD and PD patients gathered in 2006 in

Fresenius Medical Care North America facilities, and concludes that both

physical and mental HR-QOL scores are significantly higher in home

patients, even after adjustment for multiple factors (TH-PO797, 11/6,

10:00 AM).

-- "Home Hemodialysis (HHD), Facility Hemodialysis (FHD) and

Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) and mortality in Australian and New Zealand

patient populations" and "Home hemodialysis (HHD) is

associated with lower mortality than facility hemodialysis (FHD) in

Australian and New Zealand populations." Mike Marshall and

colleagues from Queen Elizabeth hospital in Australia discuss findings

that HHD mortality is significantly lower, even after adjustments, than

that of FHD and PD, and the benefit is most significant in patients with

fewer comorbidities (F-FC231, 11/7, 4:12 PM and F-FC319, 11/7, 5:48 PM,

respectively).

CRITICAL CARE RENAL REPLACEMENT THERAPIES

-- "Putting the Continuous in CRRT." Michael Kraus of Indiana

University presents experience with higher-blood flow (approximately 300

mL/min) continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) in which 95% of the

CRRT prescription is actually delivered despite 70% of treatments being

delivered without anticoagulation. This compares favorably to reported

dose delivery in previous published studies in which lower blood flows

were used (SA-PO2578, 11/8, 10:00 AM)

-- "Pharmacokinetics, Dosing, and Monitoring Practices of Vancomycin

in Patients Undergoing CVVHD with High Blood and Dialysate Flow

Rates." Francis Wilson and Jeff Burns of the Hospital of the

University of Pennsyl
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