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. 

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Clinical Data – PD •

Remote Patient Management technology enhances the experience of Automated Peritoneal Dialysis

The flexibility that Peritoneal Dialysis (PD) offers renal patients allows them to maintain their lifestyle and independence. When Automated PD is combined with Remote Patient Monitoring, the flexibility is further enhanced and is associated with the potential to improve clinical outcomes and adherence.

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A Focus on Clinical Research

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C-reactive Protein: Repeated Measurements will Improve Dialysis Patient Care - Cobo et al.

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Acute effect of citrate bath on postdialysis alkalaemia - De Sequera Ortiz P, et al.

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Results of the HepZero study comparing heparin-grafted membrane and standard care show that heparin-grafted dialyzer is safe and easy to use for heparin-free dialysis - Laville et al.

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Replacement of acetate with citrate in dialysis fluid: a randomized clinical trial of short term safety and fluid biocompatibility - Grundström G, et al.

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Biofeedback dialysis for hypotension and hypervolemia: a systematic review and meta-analysis - Nesrallah et al.

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Effects of Glucose-Free Dialysis Solutions on Human Peritoneal Mesothelial Cells - Chang JM, et al.

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Health status and quality of life reported by incident patients after 1 year on haemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis - Kutner NG, et al.

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Longitudinal membrane function in functionally anuric patients treated with APD: Data from EAPOS on the effects of glucose and icodextrin prescription - Davies SJ, et al.

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Superiority of Icodextrin Compared with 4.25% Dextrose for Peritoneal Ultrafiltration - Finkelstein F, et al.

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Clinical effects of a peritoneal dialysis regimen low in glucose in new peritoneal dialysis patients: a randomized crossover study. - le Poole CY, et al.

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A 3-Year, Prospective, Randomized, Controlled Study on Amino Acid Dialysate in Patients on CAPD - Li FK, et al.

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Clinical experience with a new bicarbonate (25 mmol/L)/lactate (10 mmol/L) peritoneal dialysis solution - Otte K, et al.

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