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Clinical Data

Clinical research lies at the heart of who we are. Baxter uses scientific evidence systematically, and transparently, to inform the development of new and state-of-the-art solutions for patients around the world. Here you can find various studies, white papers and articles concerning important topics across the wide range of therapy areas served by Baxter. 

A Focus on Clinical Research

HD

Acetate-free, citrate-acidified bicarbonate dialysis improves serum calcification propensity—a preliminary study - Lorenz et al.

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PD

Comparison of Hospitalization Rate in Automatized Peritoneal Dialysis Patients with and Without Remote Management Program in Colombia - Rivera A et al.

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HDx

Comparison of the removal of uremic toxins with medium cut-off and high-flux dialyzers: a randomized clinical trial - Belmouaz M et al

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PD

Cost Consequence Analysis of a Remote Monitoring Program to Improve Clinical Practice of Automatized Peritoneal Dialysis in Colombia - Ariza J et al.

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HDx

Effects of medium cut-off (Theranova) dialyzer on hemodialysis patients: a prospective, crossover study - Cozzolino M et al.

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HDx

Evaluation of Albumin Loss During Hemodialysis with Theranova® Medium Cut-Off (MCO) Dialyzer: Six Months Follow-Up - Marchionna et al.

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HDx

Higher in vivo β2microglobulin clearance in expanded hemodialysis: preliminary results of a cross-over trial. - Cordeiro et al.

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PD

Impact of Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) Remote Monitoring on PD Services - Hendra H et al.

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HD

Intradialytic kinetics of middle molecules during hemodialysis and hemodiafiltration - Leypoldt et al.

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HDx

Long term effects of expanded hemodialysis (HDx) on clinical and laboratory parameters in a large cohort of dialysis patients - Bunch et al.

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PD

Measured advantages of remote patient monitoring in automated peritoneal dialysis - Amici G et al.

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HDx

Medium-Range Molecule Extraction and Intradialytic Hemodynamics: Comparison of Two Convective Dialysis Methods - Cordeiro et al

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