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Negative dialysate to sodium gradient does not lead to intracellular volume expansion post hemodialysis

Davenport A
Used Parameters : ECW, ICW

Publication Year : 2010

Country : UK

Journal : International journal of Artificial Organs

Introduction Intradialytic hypotension remains the most common complication of routine outpatient hemodialysis treatments. There is debate as to the optimum dialysate sodium concentration, with hypotonic dialysates potentially causing intracellular swelling and hypertonic ones intracellular dehydration. Methods Multi-frequency bioimpedance was used to assess extracellular and intracellular fluid volumes in 53 adult hemodialysis patients. Dialysate sodium was checked by ion electrophoresis. Results The mean decrease in …
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