Are There Any Downsides, Barriers, or Challenges in Delivering Hemodiafiltration in Everyday Clinical Practice?

Peter J Blankestijn, Muriel Grooteman, Menso Nube

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Abstract

There is considerable evidence to suggest that on-line hemodiafiltration (HDF) is superior to standard hemodialysis when comparing effects on clinical end points, especially when a certain minimum convection volume can be achieved. In this chapter we address the question of whether there are any downsides, challenges, or barriers in delivering on-line HDF in everyday clinical practice. We discuss the subject from a medical/practical point of view and briefly from a financial/economic perspective.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationScientific Aspects of Dialysis Therapy
Subtitle of host publicationJSDT/ISBP Anniversary Edition
EditorsH. Kawanishi
Pages30-35
Number of pages6
Volume189
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-318-05929-8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Blankestijn, P. J., Grooteman, M., & Nube, M. (2017). Are There Any Downsides, Barriers, or Challenges in Delivering Hemodiafiltration in Everyday Clinical Practice? In H. Kawanishi (Ed.), Scientific Aspects of Dialysis Therapy: JSDT/ISBP Anniversary Edition (Vol. 189, pp. 30-35) https://doi.org/10.1159/000450637
Blankestijn, Peter J ; Grooteman, Muriel ; Nube, Menso. / Are There Any Downsides, Barriers, or Challenges in Delivering Hemodiafiltration in Everyday Clinical Practice?. Scientific Aspects of Dialysis Therapy: JSDT/ISBP Anniversary Edition. editor / H. Kawanishi . Vol. 189 2017. pp. 30-35
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Blankestijn, PJ, Grooteman, M & Nube, M 2017, Are There Any Downsides, Barriers, or Challenges in Delivering Hemodiafiltration in Everyday Clinical Practice? in H Kawanishi (ed.), Scientific Aspects of Dialysis Therapy: JSDT/ISBP Anniversary Edition. vol. 189, pp. 30-35. https://doi.org/10.1159/000450637

Are There Any Downsides, Barriers, or Challenges in Delivering Hemodiafiltration in Everyday Clinical Practice? / Blankestijn, Peter J; Grooteman, Muriel; Nube, Menso.

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Blankestijn PJ, Grooteman M, Nube M. Are There Any Downsides, Barriers, or Challenges in Delivering Hemodiafiltration in Everyday Clinical Practice? In Kawanishi H, editor, Scientific Aspects of Dialysis Therapy: JSDT/ISBP Anniversary Edition. Vol. 189. 2017. p. 30-35 https://doi.org/10.1159/000450637