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Anabela Rodrigues *

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Primeira descrição da experiencia de um programa de DP a longo-prazo em Portugal

DIALISE PERITONEAL: EXPERIENCIA E CONHECIMENTO CUMULATIVOS MELHORAM OS RESULTADOS CLINICOS

Mostramos que são seguidas orientações internacionais de pratica clínica com obtenção de resultados similares aos reportados por outros grupos europeus e americanos. O aumento crescente do programa deveu-se a um esforço colectivo e continuado da equipe de medicos e enfermeiros que juntos garantiram a orientação dos doentes com vigilancia dos resultados clinicos e optimização dos protocolos cirurgicos e terapeuticos.

*Anabela Rodrigues
describe para SIIC los aspectos relevantes de su trabajo
LONG-TERM PERITONEAL DIALYSIS EXPERIENCE IN PORTUGAL
International Journal of Artificial Organs,
29(12):1109-1116 Dic, 2006

Esta revista, clasificada por SIIC Data Bases, integra el acervo bibliográfico
de la Biblioteca Biomédica (BB) SIIC.

Institución principal de la investigación
*Hospital Geral Santo Antonio, Porto, Portugal
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Otros artículos de Anabela Rodrigues

Rodrigues A, Martins M, Korevaar JC, Silva S, Oliveira JC, Cabrita A, Melo e Castro J, Krediet RT. Evaluation of peritoneal transport and membrane status in peritoneal dialysis (PD): Focus on incident fast transporters. Am J Nephrol 27:84-91, 2007.

Rodrigues AS, Matos CB, Silva F, Fonseca I, Nogueira C, Santos J, Silva AS, Cabrita A. Long-term peritoneal dialysis experience in Portugal. Int J Artif Organs 29(12):1109-16, 2006.

Rodrigues AS, Almeida M, Fonseca I, Martins M, Carvalho MJ, Silva F, Correia C, Santos MJ, Cabrita A. Peritoneal fast transport in incident peritoneal dialysis patients is not consistently associated with systemic inflammation. Nephrol Dial Transplant 21(3):763-9, 2006.

Rodrigues A, Martins M, Santos MJ, Fonseca I, Oliveira JC, Cabrita A, Melo e Castro J, Krediet RT. Evaluation of effluent markers cancer antigen 125, vascular endothelial growth factor, and interleukin-6: relationship with peritoneal transport. Adv Perit Dial 20:8-12, 2004.

Rodrigues A, Cabrita A, Nogueira C. Techniques of peritoneal catheter insertion. Contrib Nephrol 142:402-9, 2004.
Rodrigues A, Cabrita A, Maia P, Guimaraes S. Peritoneal rest may successfully recover ultrafiltration in patients who develop peritoneal hyperpermeability with time on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis. Adv Perit Dial 18:78-80, 2002.

Martins LS, Rodrigues AS, Cabrita AN, Guimaraes S. Sclerosing encapsulating peritonitis: a case successfully treated with immunosuppression. Perit Dial Int 19(5):478-81, 1999.

Davies SJ, Brown EA, Frandsen NE, Rodrigues AS, Rodriguez-Carmona A, Vychytil A, Macnamara E, Ekstrand A, Tranaeus A, Filho JC; EAPOS Group. Longitudinal membrane function in functionally anuric patients treated with APD: data from EAPOS on the effects of glucose and icodextrin prescription. Kidney Int 67(4):1609-15, 2005.

Rodrigues A, Verger C. Peritoneal access. Contrib Nephrol 140:195-201, 2003.

Dombros N, Dratwa M, Feriani M, Gokal R, Heimburger O, Krediet R, Plum J, Rodrigues A, Selgas R, Struijk D, Verger C EBPG Expert Group on Peritoneal Dialysis. European best practice guidelines for peritoneal dialysis. 3 Peritoneal access. Nephrol Dial Transplant 20(Suppl 9), 2005.

Para comunicarse con Anabela Rodrigues mencionar a SIIC como referencia:
ar.cbs@mail.telepac.pt

Autor invitado
26 de marzo, 2007
Descripción aprobada
18 de abril, 2007
Reedición siicsalud
17 de julio, 2009

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DIALISE PERITONEAL: EXPERIENCIA E CONHECIMENTO CUMULATIVOS MELHORAM OS RESULTADOS CLINICOS



Autor
Anabela Rodrigues1
1 MD, Hospital Geral Santo Antonio, Porto, Portugal, Consultor

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