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Jer-Ming Chang, Shih-Pi Lin, Yung-Hsiung Lai, Hung-Chun Chen
BACKGROUND: Glucose-free dialysis solutions may be more biocompatible owing to the physiological pH and the lack of glucose degradation products, and the effects can be reflected by the changes in some markers of peritoneal mesothelial cells (PMC). METHOD: Peritoneal effluents were collected in 17 CAPD patients after one daily exchange of glucose-containing dialysate to Nutrineal (1.1% amino acid-based PDF), and human PMC were cultured from peritoneal effluent and treated with various peritoneal dialysis (PD) solutions...
2007: American Journal of Nephrology
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