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Depression Symptoms in Haemodialysis Patients Predict All-Cause Mortality but Not Kidney Transplantation : A Cause-Specific Outcome Analysis
Background: Depression is common in haemodialysis (HD) patients and associated with poor outcomes. Purpose: To evaluate whether depression symptoms predict survival and transplantation in a large sample of haemodialysis ...
Sertraline Versus Placebo in Patients with Major Depressive Disorder Undergoing Hemodialysis : A Randomized, Controlled Feasibility Trial
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Depression is common in patients on hemodialysis, but data on the benefits and risks of antidepressants in this setting are limited. We conducted a multicenter, randomized, double-blind, ...
Evidence of improved fluid management in patients receiving haemodialysis following a self-affirmation theory based intervention : a randomised controlled trial
Objective Haemodialysis patients are at risk of serious health complications, yet treatment non-adherence remains high. Warnings about health-risks associated with non-adherence may trigger defensive reactions. We studied ...
A study of sertraline in dialysis (ASSertID) : a protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial of drug treatment for depression in patients undergoing haemodialysis
BACKGROUND: The prevalence of depression in people receiving haemodialysis is high with estimates varying between 20 and 40 %. There is little research on the effectiveness of antidepressants in dialysis patients with the ...
Medication beliefs are associated with phosphate binder non-adherence in hyperphosphatemic haemodialysis patients
OBJECTIVES: Patients with end-stage kidney disease receiving haemodialysis (HD) are at risk of cardiovascular disease and bone disorders related to high levels of serum phosphate. We studied the association between medication ...
Evidence That Self-Affirmation Improves Phosphate Control in Hemodialysis Patients : A Pilot Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial
Hemodialysis patients are at risk of serious health complications, yet treatment non-adherence remains high.
An association between depressive symptoms and survival in incident dialysis patients
Depression in end-stage renal disease patients is detrimental to quality of life, and is also associated with adverse clinical outcomes. The aim of this study was to examine whether depression symptoms in 'incident dialysis' ...