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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Current approaches to middle molecule removal: room for innovation

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Cardiovascular disease in dialysis patients

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New medium cut-off membrane vs online hemodiafiltration in clearance of middle molecules. Preliminary results from our centre

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Comparison of high flux hemodialyzers with medium cut-off dialyzer on the removal of middle high size uremic toxins

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From old uraemic toxins to new uraemic toxins: place of 'omics'

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Middle cut off (MCO) dialyzers in patients with multiple myeloma - removal of light chains with HDx-therapy

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"Expanded haemodialysis: from operational mechanism to clinical results"

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Exploring the Clinical Relevance of Providing Increased Removal of Large Middle Molecules

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Middle molecule elimination in expanded haemodialysis: only convective transport?

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Targeting proinflammatory cytokines ameliorates calcifying phenotype conversion of vascular progenitors under uremic conditions in vitro

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Effects on clinical and dialytic parameters with a new medium cut off membrane dialyzer in conventional hemodialysis compared to a high flux dialyzer in online hemodiafiltration

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

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