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dialytic

(dī″ă-lĭt′ĭk)
Belonging to or resembling the process of dialysis.
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Intra dialytic hypotension: Identifying patients most at risk.
The dialytic modality does not seem to influence the occurrence of RLS and we did not identify other factors independently associated with it in this population.
Lewington, "Dialytic therapies for drug overdose and poisoning," in Comprehensive Clinical Nephrology, chapter 98, pp.
Compared to controls, CPA cases had shorter dialytic vintage; were more likely to dialyze via catheter; had more CAD and heart failure; had higher % IDWG; and received higher doses of ESA.
Left-ventricular diastolic dysfunction as a risk factor for dialytic hypotension.
Social functioning, such as interpersonal relationships and vocational pursuits, are affected by the chronicity of dialytic treatments.
ANNA's 2015 Health Policy Statement states, "ANNA believes healthcare personnel must be protected from occupational and environmental health hazards related to dialytic therapy, and that standards for safety and protective measures should be developed, identified, and implemented" (ANNA, 2015, p.
Conservative (non dialytic) management of end-stage renal disease and withdrawal of dialysis.
Staff feedback has also been mixed with respect to their experience with this dialytic therapy.
Plasma potassium in patients with terminal renal failure during and after haemodialysis; relationship with dialytic potassium removal and total body potassium.
(2007) impact of pre- dialytic long-term endurance training on quality of life in stable patients on HD.
A: Providing dialytic therapies to patients in an acute setting requires more than technical expertise.