2 edition of Glucose polymer dialysis fluid found in the catalog.
Glucose polymer dialysis fluid
Oliver Brendan Rooney
Thesis (Ph.D.), - University of Manchester, Faculty of Medicine.
|Contributions||University of Manchester. Faculty of Medicine.|
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|Number of Pages||271|
Free Online Library: False elevations in blood glucose readings with use of icodextrin (extraneal) peritoneal dialysis solution.(Practice corner) by "CANNT Journal"; Health care industry Blood glucose Health aspects Blood sugar Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis Case studies Complications and side effects Diabetes Diabetes mellitus Dialysis equipment (Medical treatment) . To increase the efficiency of PD and help the patient with the exchanges, a machine can be used, known as Automated Peritoneal Dialysis of APD. Advantages of APD v CAPD are 1) higher clearance of solutes, as higher volumes can be used 2) better fluid removal, as shorter dwell time can be used 3) more freedom during the daytime as no exchanges.
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The toxicity of high-glucose peritoneal dialysis (PD) solutions has been well documented. The breakdown of glucose into glucose degradation products (GDP) and advanced glycation end-products (AGE) has the ability to alter cell viability and cause premature apoptosis and is strongly correlated with interstitial fibrosis and microvascular by: 6. An alternative peritoneal dialysis fluid is ICODEXTRIN (“Extraneal”) which contains a glucose polymer. This exerts sustained ultrafiltration because the glucose polymer is not absorbed across the peritoneal membrane. Some patients with protein malnutrition may also .
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Joanne D. Pittard RN, MS, in Handbook of Dialysis Therapy (Fifth Edition), Dialysate Solution. Dialysate solution or dialyzing fluid is a nonsterile aqueous electrolyte solution that is similar to the normal levels of electrolytes (Table ) found in extracellular fluid with the exception of the buffer bicarbonate and ate solution is almost an isotonic solution, with.
Anand Vardhan MBBS, MD, DNB, FRCP, MD, Alastair J. Hutchison MBChB, FRCP, MD, in Handbook of Dialysis Therapy (Fifth Edition), Icodextrin. Icodextrin is a glucose polymer preparation used as a primary osmotic agent at a concentration of %.
It uses colloidal oncotic, rather than crystalline osmotic, pressure to produce a sustained UF profile that is beneficial for long dwells. A new glucose polymer, icodextrin, related to maltose, is in increasing use as a peritoneal dialysis fluid. We report on adverse events seen in our unit during a 12 Cited by: The two main types of dialysis, hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis, remove wastes and excess water from the blood in different ways.
Hemodialysis removes wastes and water by circulating blood outside the body through an external filter, called a dialyzer, that contains a semipermeable blood flows in one direction and the dialysate flows in the : Peritoneal dialysis (PD) is a type of dialysis which uses the peritoneum in a person's abdomen as the membrane through which fluid and dissolved substances are exchanged with the blood.
It is used to remove excess fluid, correct electrolyte problems, and remove toxins in those with kidney failure. Peritoneal dialysis has better outcomes than hemodialysis during the first couple of : Advances in Peritoneal Dialysis, Vol.
31, Glucose and Insulin Response to Peritoneal Dialysis Fluid in Diabetic and Nondiabetic Peritoneal Dialysis Patients A postprandial increase in blood glucose in peritoneal dialysis (PD) patients with diabetes was observed in our previous study using continuous blood glucose Size: KB.
Patients with an initial plasma glucose of mmol/l ( mg/dl) or less who are hemodialyzed and who do not eat during dialysis may be particularly at risk, especially if they are on insulin or taking glucose-lowering medication.
These should be dialyzed with a dialysis fluid containing at least mmol/l ( mg/dl) glucose. PMID: Cited by: Core tip: There is increasing evidence of benefit for using biocompatible and non-glucose based peritoneal dialysis (PD) fluids. However, cost remains an impediment and perhaps there are selected groups of patients where the cost can be justified.
We suggest that biocompatible solutions should be considered for patients with residual renal function and/or expected to remain on PD for a Cited by: 5. The fluid remains in the abdominal cavity for a number of hours and enables the peritoneum to filter waste products out of the blood into the dialysis fluid.
After several hours, the dialysis fluid is drained out and new dialysis fluid can be delivered. It usually takes about 30 to 40 minutes to drain the fluid into the peritoneal cavity. Dialysis solutions containing a mixture of glucose oligosaccharides (average molecular mass daltons) derived from starch, were compared with % or % dextrose-containing dialysis fluids in single exchanges in 88 patients on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD).
Dialysis fluid osmolality, net ultrafiltration and dialysate-to Cited by: As an alternative osmotic agent for peritoneal dialysis, 5% and 10% glucose polymer solutions were studied in five patients and compared to % and % anhydrous dextrose.
The ultrafiltration rate was higher with the polymer with a 6 h dwell compared to dextrose dialysis, and the equilibration rate for small solutes was faster despite the Cited by: Disclaimer. All content on this website, including dictionary, thesaurus, literature, geography, and other reference data is for informational purposes only.
In a general embodiment, the peritoneal dialysis solution includes a glucose polymer in an amount to provide an increased ultrafiltration fluid volume for a given amount of carbohydrate absorbed. The measurement of glycemia in subjects with renal failure, thus treated with hemodialysis, or peritoneal dialysis, is clinically relevant, since glucose levels may influence the determination of other solutes, such as creatinine, as well as some ions, such as sodium, whose degree of removal during dialysis sessions should be controlled carefully.
Also, glucose levels should be controlled to Cited by: 2. Conventional peritoneal dialysis (PD) solutions are characterized by several undesirable characteristics, including acidic pH (–), high glucose concentrations (– g/L), hyperosmolarity (– mOsm/kg) and relatively high concentrations of glucose degradation products (GDPs).
These characteristics have been shown to result in adverse clinical outcomes, including acute Author: Usman Mahmood, Yeoungjee Cho, David W.
Johnson. A pleural fluid glucose. effect of hemodialysis on blood glucose level. While the mean of glucose in pre hemodialysis ()mg/ P value is which means that there is a highly significant variation between Author: Omer Mehina.
A recent study suggests that L-carnitine could be used as an osmotic agent in PD solutions, and that it could be more than just an alternative to glucose as L. Peritoneal transport characteristics with glucose polymer based dialy-sate.
Dialysate fluids containing glucose polymers as osmotic agent are different from the conventional solutions, because they are iso-osmotic to plasma and produce transcapillary ultrafiltration (TCUF) by colloid osmosis. Frontiers in Peritoneal Dialysis. Editors: Maher, John F., Winchester, James F.
(Eds.) A Comparison of Glucose Polymer and Dextrose as Osmotic Agents in CAPD. Pages Evolution of Ultrafiltration in CAPD According to the Dialysis Fluid Buffer.
Dialysis fluid consists of purified water, glucose and electrolytes. The concentration of electrolytes (besides potassium and the buffer substance) closely resembles that which occurs naturally in the blood. Dialysis fluid is prepared according to the individual patient’s needs to help regulate their electrolyte and acid–base balance and.glucose polymer: A glucose saccharide mixture of 3% glucose, 7% maltose, 5% maltotriose, and 85% polysaccharides of 4 to 15 glucose units, used in oral glucose .Comparison of Different Glucose Concentrations in Dialysate of Hemodialysis Patients (Dextrose) This study aims to show that using a glucose (sugar) concentration of mg/dL in the dialysis fluid for hemodialysis is not inferior to using a concentration of mg/dL with regard to the frequency and magnitude of blood glucose drops.