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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 ...
The mortality and hospitalization rates associated with the long interdialytic gap in thrice-weekly hemodialysis patients
Excess mortality and hospitalization have been identified after the 2-day gap in thrice-weekly hemodialysis patients compared with 1-day intervals, although findings vary internationally. Here we aimed to identify factors ...
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 ...
Conservative care for ESRD in the United Kingdom : a national survey
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Conservative kidney management (CKM) has been developed in the United Kingdom (UK) as an alternative to dialysis for older patients with stage 5 CKD (CKD5) and multiple comorbidities. This national ...
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.