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Home Dialysis

Research, business, and treatment trends for a growing dialysis modality

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Baxter to begin importing peritoneal dialysis solution from Ireland facility

Baxter Healthcare Corporation, in conjunction with U.S. Food and Drug Administration, has initiated temporary importation of Dianeal PD4 Glucose Solutions for Peritoneal Dialysis into the U.S. market


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Study: Home hemodialysis associated with lower cardiovascular morbidity risk, higher infection risk

Baxter, FMC sign supply agreement; ISPD 'deeply concerned' about PD fluid shortage

Fresenius has agreed to help Baxter meet customer needs as the North American chapter of the International Society of Peritoneal Dialysis expresses concern to the FDA over Baxter's continuing PD fluid shortage


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Baxter reports supply constraints of peritoneal dialysis solutions

The company said they are instituting a process to temporarily limit the number of new peritoneal dialysis patient referrals across their entire base of customers


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NxStage sees 13% increase in revenue from sales of its home hemodialysis machine

NxStage Medical Inc. reported a 13% increase in revenue for the second quarter of 2014, exceeding the top end of its guidance range


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Hemodialysis University offers updates, advances on dialysis care

NN&I interviewed course co-director John Daugirdas, MD, about important topics at this year’s meeting, which is themed, “Clinical Solutions for Dialysis Care


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Home Dialyzors United urges CMS to update home dialysis training payment

The home dialysis patient advocacy group Home Dialyzors United is calling on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to update its payment policy to include full reimbursement for home hemodialysis training as part of the final rule for 2015


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Trends in home dialysis

Recipe for a successful PD program needs the right ingredients

After a long drought in growth and scant activity among its faithful, peritoneal dialysis is starting to come into its own as a viable treatment modality for dialysis


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MEI releases 2.0 version of aid to help match dialysis options with CKD patients

The Medical Education Institute has released a 2.0 version of its web-based decision aid to help people with chronic kidney disease choose which type of dialysis will be the best fit for their lifestyles and health values.


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Baxter presents efficacy, safety data of high-dose hemodialysis system at ERA-EDTA Congress

Results from two studies conducted in a clinical setting showed acceptable clearance of uremic toxins and an overall safety profile similar to that associated with conventional hemodialysis devices

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