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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

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A noninferiority trial comparing a heparin-grafted membrane plus citrate-containing dialysate versus regional citrate anticoagulation: results of the CiTED study - Meijers et al.

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Perspectives from the Kidney Health Initiative on Advancing Technologies to Facilitate Remote Monitoring of Patient Self-Care in RRT - Rosner et al.

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Remote Patient Management for Home Dialysis Patients - Wallace E et al.

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Percom trials - Performance of hemodialysis with novel medium cut-off dialyzers - Kirsch AH, et al.

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Comparative Effectiveness of Dialyzers: A Longitudinal, Propensity Score-Matched Study of Incident Hemodialysis Patients - Sibbel et al.

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