Bioimpedance based clinical decision making in hemodialysis patients decreases episodes of hypotension

Katzir, Zeev; Petrohno, Oksana; Leiba, Adi; Sharipov, Tatiana; Rubin, Olga; Gaber, Yahya; Hausman, Michel

These preliminary results suggest that clinical decision-making based on bio-impedance monitoring, when applied to new HD patients from the very beginning of their HD treatments, might confer a benefit in reducing hypotensive episodes and resultant hospitalizations. Our study is ongoing in order to further clarify these promising results.

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