Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis: bridging the gap between evaluation and practice in chronic illness

Quevedo, Sylvestre G.; Young, Jeffry H.; Carrie, Brian J.; Holman, Halsted R.; Quevedo, S G; Young, J H; Carrie, B J; Holman, H R
March 1986
Annals of Internal Medicine;Mar1986, Vol. 104 Issue 3, p430
Academic Journal
Editorial. Provides information on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis, a therapy for the treatment of renal failure. Data sources being used in exploring the effectiveness and costs of continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis; Costs of continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis treatment; Reasons for failure of the therapy.


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