Hemodialysis Treatment Prescription
Principles of hemodialysis in pediatric population including neonates are similar to adults, but differ in procedure techniques. The techniques that are distinctive to pediatric hemodialysis should be understood and applied in order to attain effective and safe hemodialysis. This chapter discusses various factors that should be considered during hemodialysis prescription in children.
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