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Effect of Dialysic Frequency on Microinflammation in Patient with Maintenance Haemodialysis

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10.7727/wimj.2016.441

ABSTRACT

Objective: To study influence of different dialysic frequency on micro-inflammation for the maintenance hemodialysis patients.

Methods: Maintenance hemodialysis 53 patients with chronic kidney disease were divided into 3 groups. Groups A, B, C dialysed 3 times per week, twice per week and 3 times per two weeks, respectively. Total time was one year. Index of micro-inflammation state was measured in all patients before and after one year.

Results: There were significantly difference in index of micro-inflammation state between any two groups.

Conclusions: Patients who dialysis lower than 2 times each week had higher rate of micro-inflammation state. This signed that dialysic frequence was important for maitenance hemodialysis.

 

 

Accepted: 
07 Sep, 2016
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e-Published: 16 Sep, 2016

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