Cardiovascular disorders in hemodialysis.3805579381
Cardiovascular disorders in hemodialysis hemodialysis /he·mo·di·al·y·sis/ (-di-al´i-sis) removal of certain elements from the blood by virtue of the difference in rates of their diffusion through a semipermeable membrane while being circulated outside the body; the process .
Ed. by Claudio Ronco et al.
S. Karger, AG
Contributions to nephrology nephrology
Branch of medicine dealing with kidney function and diseases. An understanding of kidney physiology is important not only in treating kidney disease but in knowing the effect of drugs, diet, and hypertension on kidney disease, and vice versa. ; v.149
Cardiovascular disorders in hemodialysis and uremia uremia (yrē`mēə), condition resulting from advanced stages of kidney failure in which urea and other nitrogen-containing wastes are found in the blood. are one of the most important aspects of modern nephrological care. This publication is dedicated to cardiovascular risk factors, the role of the endothelium endothelium /en·do·the·li·um/ (-the´le-um) pl. endothe´lia the layer of epithelial cells that lines the cavities of the heart, the serous cavities, and the lumina of the blood and lymph vessels. , problems related to mineral disorders, and the possible impact of new technologies on the final outcome of hemodialysis. Ronco (nephrology, St. Bortolo Hospital, Italy) combines descriptions of the most advanced technologies in the field with an educational overview aimed at the newer generations of physicians and nurses in hemodialysis. He presents lessons learned from completed and ongoing trials, as well as material on dialysis principles and technology, dialysis schedules and techniques, vascular access vascular access Clinical medicine The ability to enter the vascular system; the ease with which the vascular system can be entered for administering therapy or obtaining blood for testing management, dry weight assessment, and biological markers.
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