Treating end-stage renal failure in Italy

  • G. d’Amico


We have available in Italy a national registry of all dialysis and transplant patients which is run by the ‘Associazione Nazionale Emodializzati’ (ANED), the Italian association of dialysis patients. It is a very useful source of information for all surveys in this field in our country; the data are more complete than those of the EDTA registry and are very accurate, because of the direct control of the individual patient data in every single facility.


Peritoneal Dialysis Dialysis Patient Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis Individual Patient Data Private Facility 
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