ISN-ISPD Webinar: Urgent Start Peritoneal Dialysis

Between 30 and 80% of patients start dialysis as an emergency, most often with a temporary haemodialysis catheter. This results in excess cost and morbidity along with the inability of patients to access the dialysis modality of their choice. Urgent-start peritoneal dialysis has been shown to be safe and effective. This webinar will assess the evidence in favour of this approach, access options and treatment prescriptions.  

Edwina Brown (Moderator)


Brett Cullis

South Africa

Elaine Bowes


Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist, Kings College Hospital LondonA highly experienced Renal Nurse with 10 years experience of Percutaneous PD access procedures and 16 year's management of a PD service.Winner of the Heal Award for Pioneering in Health 2010: Presented for being the First Nurse in the U.K. to independently insert PD catheters under LA. The British Renal Society Jane MacDonald BRS Leadership Lecture Award 2015


ISN-ISPD Webinar: Urgent-start Peritoneal Dialysis
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