Journal Watch - Mortality Rate
Wanted: A Paradigm Shift from Urea to Sodium Removal
When nephrology icon Zyblut Twardowski talks, we listen! When dialyzors in Seattle in the 1960s got 30 hours a week of dialysis, the mortality rate was 10%. Since then, short treatments—justified by the flawed NCDS study—were driven by the equally flawed notion of Kt/V urea.
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Tags: Kt/V Urea, Mortality Rate, Sodium Removal, Dialysis Quality, NCDS, RCT