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CME 4

 
09.00-12.15     HALL C
 

Eudial    

 
EUDIAL Working Group (European Dialysis)

  

Hemodiafiltration - the new standard of care?

Part I

How to dose dialysis therapy: paradigm shift from urea to volume

Chairs: Carlo Basile, Acquaviva delle Fonti, Italy
             Peter J. Blankestijn, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Why should higher volume on-line haemodiafiltration improve survival?
Carlo Basile, Acquaviva delle Fonti, Italy
Hydration status and survival in haemodialysis patients
Andrew Davenport, London, United Kingdom
Does achieving bioimpedance guided normovolaemia increase intradialytic hypotension and
loss of residual renal function?
Frank M. Van Der Sande, Maastricht, The Netherlands

Part II

Recent trials in HDF

Chairs: Andrew Davenport, London, United Kingdom
             Menso Nubé, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Clinical evidence on HDF
Peter J. Blankestijn, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Incremental dialysis - does less dialysis preserve residual renal function?
Enric Vilar, Stevenage, United Kingdom
HDF around the globe: acceptance and regulatory issues worldwide
Bernard Canaud, Montpellier, France
Achieving more frequent and longer dialysis: compelling evidence from clinical trials?
Sandip Mitra, Manchester, United Kingdom

   

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