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Non-infectious complications of peritoneal dialysis

  • J. M. Bargman

Abstract

Peritoneal dialysis is associated with a collection of unique complications apart from peritonitis and those involving the catheter, exit site and tunnel. Some complications are related to increased intraabdominal pressure, such as abdominal hernias and leaks of dialysis fluid. Other complications are similar to those encountered in haemodialysis patients. Examples of these include dialysis-associated amyloidosis and acquired cystic disease of the kidney. Finally, the long-term presence of dialysis fluid in the peritoneal cavity can result in a rare syndrome of sclerosing encapsulating peritonitis. This chapter will address these and other non-infectious complications of peritoneal dialysis.

Keywords

Peritoneal Dialysis Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis Peritoneal Dialysis Patient Nephrol Dial Transplant Dialysis Fluid 
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