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Prolonged Intermittent Peritoneal Dialysis in Chronic Renal Disease: Case Report of a Patient Treated for One Year

Prolonged Intermittent Peritoneal Dialysis in Chronic Renal Disease: Case Report of a Patient... Abstract Introduction A technique for intermittent peritoneal lavage was introduced by Grollman et al 1 in 1951. With some modifications this method was later studied by Maxwell et al2 and Doolan et al.3 Their conclusions were essentially the same, namely, that intermittent peritoneal dialysis has the characteristics of simplicity, effectiveness, relative safety, and widespread availability. After these three reports there was a renewal of interest in this procedure as a tool in the management of certain patients with renal failure.As part of the residency training program at this hospital, the Department of Medicine organized a project in 1960 to study the efficacy of prolonged intermittent peritoneal dialysis in selected patients with uremic syndrome and oliguria secondary to chronic renal disease. Basic characteristics of the previously mentioned2,3 closed-system techniques were utilized. On some occasions commercially prepared dialysis solutions * were used; but, for the most part, the dialysis fluids References 1. Inpersol with dextrose 1.5% and Inpersol with dextrose 7%, supplied by Abbott Laboratories. 2. Purchased from Quinton Instrument Company, 1832 Shelby St, Seattle. 3. Grollman, A.; Turner, L. B.; and McLean, J. A.: Intermittent Peritoneal Lavage in Nephrectomized Dogs and Its Application to Human Being , AMA Arch Intern Med 87:379, 1951.Crossref 4. Maxwell, M. H., et al: Peritoneal Dialysis , JAMA 170:917, 1959.Crossref 5. Doolan, P. D., et al: Evaluation of Intermittent Peritoneal Lavage , Amer J Med 26:831, 1959.Crossref 6. Bottiglieri, N. G., et al: Peritoneal Dialysis in Renal Failure, read before the Section on Military Medicine, 110th Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, New York, 1961. 7. Boen, S. T., et al: Periodic Peritoneal Dialysis in Management of Chronic Uremia , Trans Amer Soc Artif Intern Organs 8:256, 1962.Crossref 8. Burns, R. O., et al: Peritoneal Dialysis , New Eng J Med 267:1060, 1962.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Internal Medicine American Medical Association

Prolonged Intermittent Peritoneal Dialysis in Chronic Renal Disease: Case Report of a Patient Treated for One Year

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1964 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0003-9926
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1538-3679
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10.1001/archinte.1964.00280120040008
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Abstract

Abstract Introduction A technique for intermittent peritoneal lavage was introduced by Grollman et al 1 in 1951. With some modifications this method was later studied by Maxwell et al2 and Doolan et al.3 Their conclusions were essentially the same, namely, that intermittent peritoneal dialysis has the characteristics of simplicity, effectiveness, relative safety, and widespread availability. After these three reports there was a renewal of interest in this procedure as a tool in the management of certain patients with renal failure.As part of the residency training program at this hospital, the Department of Medicine organized a project in 1960 to study the efficacy of prolonged intermittent peritoneal dialysis in selected patients with uremic syndrome and oliguria secondary to chronic renal disease. Basic characteristics of the previously mentioned2,3 closed-system techniques were utilized. On some occasions commercially prepared dialysis solutions * were used; but, for the most part, the dialysis fluids References 1. Inpersol with dextrose 1.5% and Inpersol with dextrose 7%, supplied by Abbott Laboratories. 2. Purchased from Quinton Instrument Company, 1832 Shelby St, Seattle. 3. Grollman, A.; Turner, L. B.; and McLean, J. A.: Intermittent Peritoneal Lavage in Nephrectomized Dogs and Its Application to Human Being , AMA Arch Intern Med 87:379, 1951.Crossref 4. Maxwell, M. H., et al: Peritoneal Dialysis , JAMA 170:917, 1959.Crossref 5. Doolan, P. D., et al: Evaluation of Intermittent Peritoneal Lavage , Amer J Med 26:831, 1959.Crossref 6. Bottiglieri, N. G., et al: Peritoneal Dialysis in Renal Failure, read before the Section on Military Medicine, 110th Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, New York, 1961. 7. Boen, S. T., et al: Periodic Peritoneal Dialysis in Management of Chronic Uremia , Trans Amer Soc Artif Intern Organs 8:256, 1962.Crossref 8. Burns, R. O., et al: Peritoneal Dialysis , New Eng J Med 267:1060, 1962.Crossref

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Archives of Internal MedicineAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jun 1, 1964

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