Pharmacologic Alteration of Peritoneal Transport Rates

  • Przemyslaw Hirszel
  • John F. Maher

Abstract

Peritoneal dialysis has become an increasingly popular alternative to hemodialysis for therapy of chronic renal failure [1–3]. Concurrently, the effect of pharmacological and physiological manipulations on peritoneal transport have been explored seeking enhanced understanding of transport mechanisms and clinically useful methods to augment transport.

Keywords

Peritoneal Dialysis Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis Ultrafiltration Rate Peritoneal Dialysis Solution Mesenteric Blood Flow 
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  • Przemyslaw Hirszel
  • John F. Maher

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