New Peritoneal Dialysis Solutions and Solutions on the Horizon

  • M. Feriani
  • R. T. Krediet

Magnesium is an important cation involved in several enzymatic reactions. The serum concentration of magnesium in dialysis patients depends on dietary intake and on the concentration of the cation in the dialysis solution. Normal values of total serum magnesium range from 0.65 to 0.98 mmol/L, while its diffusible fraction is about 55–60% of the total. Commercially available continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis (CAPD) solutions contain 0.25–0.75 mmol/L of magnesium. In such conditions, when 0.75 mmol/L magnesium and 1.5% glucose solutions are used in CAPD, a slight magnesium uptake from the dialysis solution usually occurs by diffusive gradient [1]. Kwong et al., however, have reported a negative dialytic balance with the same solution [2].


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  1. 1.Ospedale Umberto 1°, Reparto di Nefrologia e DialisiItaly
  2. 2.Academic Medical CenterUniversity of AmsterdamNetherlands

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