TITLE

Home care assistance and the utilization of peritoneal dialysis

AUTHOR(S)
Oliver, M. J.; Quinn, R. R.; Richardson, E. P.; Kiss, A. J.; Lamping, D. L.; Manns, B. J.
PUB. DATE
April 2007
SOURCE
Kidney International;Apr2007, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p673
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Peritoneal dialysis (PD) may be declining because the elderly often have barriers to self-care PD. The objective of this study was to determine whether the availability of home care increases utilization of PD. In 134 incident chronic dialysis patients (median age 73), 108 (81%) had at least one medical or social condition, which was a potential barrier to self-care PD. Eighty percent of patients living in regions where home care was available were considered eligible for PD compared to 65% in regions without home care (P=0.01, adjusted). Each barrier reduced the probability of being eligible for PD by 26% (odds ratio 0.74, per condition, P=0.02) adjusted for age, sex, predialysis care, in-patient start, and availability of home care. In regions with and without home care, 59 and 58% of eligible patients choose PD when they were offered it (P=NS). The utilization of PD in the incident end-stage renal disease (ESRD) population living in regions with and without home care was 47 and 37%, respectively (P=0.27). The mean rate of home care visits over the first year was 4.3 per week (maximum available was 14 per week). Of the 22 assisted patients, 15 required chronic support, five graduated to self-care, and two started with self-care but later required assistance. Adverse events were similar between assisted PD and traditional modalities. Barriers to self-care PD are very common in the elderly ESRD population but home care assistance significantly increases the number of patients who can be safely offered PD.Kidney International (2007) 71, 673–678. doi:10.1038/sj.ki.5002107; published online 31 January 2007
ACCESSION #
24486815

 

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