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Johnson, David W., Mudge, David W., Blizzard, Sophie, Arndt, Mary, O'Shea, Amanda, Watt, Rhonda, Hamilton, Jan, Cottingham, Sharon, Isbel, Nicole M. and Hawley, Carmel M. (2004) A comparison of peritoneal equilibration tests performed 1 and 4 weeks after PD commencement. Peritoneal Dialysis International, 24 5: 460-465. 242   16 Cited 17 times in Scopus17
Wiggins, Kathryn J., Rumpsfeld, Markus, Hawley, Carmel M., O'Shea, Amanda, Isbel, Nicole M., Campbell, Scott B. and Johnson, David W. (2007) Baseline and time-averaged fluid removal affect technique survival in peritoneal dialysis in a non-linear fashion. Nephrology, 12 3: 218-223. doi:10.1111/j.1440-1797.2006.00702.x 111   2 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Johnson, David W., Arndt, Mary, O'Shea, Amanda, Watt, Rhonda, Hamilton, Jan and Vincent, Kaia (2002). Icodextrin as salvage therapy in peritoneal dialysis patients with refractory fluid overload. In: Nephrology: Australian and New Zealand Society of Nephrology 37th Annual Scientific Meeting. Australian and New Zealand Society of Nephrology 37th Annual Scientific Meeting, Darwin, N.T., (A10-A10). 5th - 7th September, 2001. 60  
Johnson, David Wayne, Arndt, Mary, O'Shea, Amanda, Watt, Rhonda, Hamilton, Jan and Vincent, Kaia (2001) Icodextrin as salvage therapy in peritoneal dialysis patients with refractory fluid overload. BMC Nephrology, 2 2: 2-7. doi:10.1186/1471-2369-2-2 112   0
Wiggins, Katryn J., Blizzard, Sophie, Arndt, Mary, O'Shea, Amanda, Watt, Rhonda, Hamilton, Jan, Cottingham, Sharon, Campbell, Scott B., Isbel, Nicole M. and Johnson, David W. (2004) Increases in peritoneal small solute transport in the first month of peritoneal dialysis predict technique survival. Nephrology, 9 6: 341-347. doi:10.1111/j.1440-1797.2004.00325.x 110   2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0