||Manfred Hecking, Marlies Antlanger, Wolfgang Winnicki, Thomas Reiter, Johannes Werzowa, Michael Haidinger, Thomas Weichhart, Hans-Dietrich Polaschegg, Peter Josten, Isabella Exner, Katharina Lorenz-Turnheim, Manfred Eigner, Gernot Paul, Renate Klauser-Braun, Walter H Hörl, Gere Sunder-Plassmann, Marcus D Säemann
|چکیده / توضیح
||Data generated with the body composition monitor (BCM, Fresenius) show, based on bioimpedance technology, that chronic fluid overload in hemodialysis patients is associated with poor survival. However, removing excess fluid by lowering dry weight can be accompanied by intradialytic and postdialytic complications. Here, we aim at testing the hypothesis that, in comparison to conventional hemodialysis, blood volume-monitored regulation of ultrafiltration and dialysate conductivity (UCR) and/or regulation of ultrafiltration and temperature (UTR) will decrease complications when ultrafiltration volumes are systematically increased in fluid-overloaded hemodialysis patients.