TITLE

Peritoneal transfer of kanamycin and its use in peritoneal dialysis

AUTHOR(S)
Atkins, Robert C.; Mion, Charles; Despaux, Ernest; Van-Hai, Nguyen; Julien, Christian; Mion, Henri
PUB. DATE
January 1973
SOURCE
Kidney International;Jan1973, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p391
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The effect of kanamycin administration on 15 functionally anephric chronic renal failure patients undergoing maintenance peritoneal dialysis was studied. Following intramuscular administration of kanamycin (7 mg/kg body wt), peritoneal dialysis of 22 hr removed 32 % of the injected dose. The mean kanamycin peritoneal clearance was 8.3 ml/mm compared to a creatinine peritoneal clearance of 17.7 ml/mm, Peritoneal dialysis reduced the serum half-life of kanamycin from 84 to 12 hr. If an anuric patient receiving kanamycin therapy is undergoing peritoneal dialysis, then additional kanamycin amounting to about 3.5 mg/kg body wt for each day of peritoneal dialysis must be given to compensate for dialysis removal. However, compensation is more easily obtained by adding kanamycin to the inflow peritoneal dialysate. It reaches a therapeutic serum concentration following ten hr of dialysis and maintains a state of equilibrium after 16 hr, with the serum level approximately 50% of the dialysate inflow concentration. Thus a serum level can be maintained by adding twice the desired serum concentration to the peritoneal dialysate. In most cases addition of 20 mg of kanamycin to each liter of inflow dialysate is recommended.
ACCESSION #
18287733

 

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