Peritoneal dialysis

Johnson, David, Chang, Sean, Excell, Leonie, Livingston, Brian, Bannister, Kym and McDonald, Stephen (2007). Peritoneal dialysis. In Stephen McDonald, Sean Chang and Leonie Excell (Ed.), Australia and New Zealand Dialysis and Transplant Registry: The 30th report 2007 (pp. 6-2-6-18) Adelaide, Australia: ANZDATA Registry.


Author Johnson, David
Chang, Sean
Excell, Leonie
Livingston, Brian
Bannister, Kym
McDonald, Stephen
Title of chapter Peritoneal dialysis
Title of book Australia and New Zealand Dialysis and Transplant Registry: The 30th report 2007
Place of Publication Adelaide, Australia
Publisher ANZDATA Registry
Publication Year 2007
Sub-type Other
Editor Stephen McDonald
Sean Chang
Leonie Excell
Chapter number 6
Start page 6-2
End page 6-18
Total pages 17
Total chapters 12
Language eng
Subjects 110312 Nephrology and Urology
1103 Clinical Sciences
BX
Formatted Abstract/Summary
In 2006, continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis was used to treat 11% of all dialysis patients (12% in 2005), and automated peritoneal dialysis 11% (9% in 2005). Together, these accounted for 69% of all home dialysis, a figure which has remained stable for the past number of years (Figure 6.1). Of the 20,340 patients who have ever received peritoneal dialysis, 4% had experienced at least five years of continuous peritoneal dialysis.
The proportion of all home dialysis patients on peritoneal dialysis in each State ranged from 62% (New South Wales), to 92% (South Australia). The prevalence of automated peritoneal dialysis increased 19% in 2006 (969 patients) from a 6% increase in 2005 (814 patients), 4% in 2004 (766 patients) and 19% in 2003 (737) patients. The proportion of all dialysis patients receiving PD varied with age.
© Copyright 2008 by the ANZDATA Registry.

Keyword Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis
Peritonitis analysis
Q-Index Code BX
Additional Notes Running Title: ANZDATA Registry 2007 Report. -- Annual report ISSN 1329-2870

 
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