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Peritoneal function in clinical practice: the importance of follow-up and its measurement in patients. Recommendations for patient information and measurement of peritoneal function

By Annemieke M. Coester, Watske Smit, Dirk G. Struijk and Raymond T. Krediet

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A review is given on peritoneal function, especially ultrafiltration and ultrafiltration failure followed by recommendations on how to translate pathophysiology into clinical practice. The subsequent consequences for management of peritoneal membrane function and for patient information are also included

Topics: In-Depth Clinical Review
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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