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Quality of life assurance in hemodialysis

  • Robert Lindsay
Part of the Developments in Nephrology book series (DINE, volume 39)

Abstract

To physicians who are concerned with the impact that end-stage renal disease and hemodialysis have on the day-to-day life and psychological well-being of patients and their families, a major part of the “quality” in quality assurance consists of patient quality of life.

Keywords

Dialysis Patient Patient Quality Muscle Cramp Physiological Index Dialysis Unit 
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