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By Eli A. Friedman (auth.), Eli A. Friedman MD (eds.)

Death on Hemodialysis: Preventable or Inevitable? offers the transactions of the Brooklyn assembly, held in April 1993, together with an research by way of Scribner and Schreiner and an creation through Edmund Bourke. Authors comprise the heads of dialysis registries for Japan, Europe, and the USA, in addition to protagonists of dialyser reuse and brief dialysis instances. fans championed the selection of adequacy of dialysis by means of formulae or by means of medical review. All chapters are direct and forceful. The reader might be capable of pass judgement on the information on what are key controversies in making plans dialysis protocols and schedules.

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2). The original diseases that resulted in ESRD have changed. 3 per cent of ESRD patients' diseases was caused by chronic glomerulonephritis in 1983. 8% of new ESRD patients' diseases was caused by diabetes mellitus (DM). Financiallreimbursement Seventy to 100% of the cost of all medical fees was paid by public health insurance in Japan. Typical reimbursements for hemodialysis therapy and CAPD were respectively 454,000 yen/month/patient (3,996 dollars/month/patient) and 468,000 yen/month/patient (4,120 dollars/month/patient).

Efforts to validate survival data have been made in both countries. A validation of US survival data for a national random sample of patients revealed a high rate of agreement between data from the Health Care Financing Administration and data obtained from the patients' medical records [14,15], while comparisons between national (JSDT) and regional area survival data in Japan and also in a recent report presented at the JSDT annual meeting [16] document the reliability of JSDT data. However, Japanese survival data for 1989 indicate a higher mortality rate during the second year compared to the first year following kidney failure.

Transplantation is very infrequent in Japan compared to the US [4]. It might be argued that the method of censoring transplanted patients in the US biases the US results to look comparatively worse, since transplantation selects the healthiest patients out of the dialysis population [3]. , using an intent-to-treat specification model [17]. Under this specification, each patient remained in the same dialysis category until the end of the study, regardless of receipt of a transplanted organ. This alternative specification of an intent-to-treat model did not alter the basic conclusions of the current study, since for most subsets of patients US survival increased by less than one percentage point at one year and by approximately two percentage points at two years.

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