Studies addressing the anti-inflammatory properties of citrate dialysate enrolled patients in both hemodialysis (HD) and hemodiafiltration (HDF), the latter not adjusted for adequate convective exchange. This is a potential source of confounding in that HDF itself has anti-inflammatory effects regardless of the buffer, and optimal clinical outcomes are related to the amount of convection.

Citrate high volume on-line hemodiafiltration modulates serum Interleukin-6 and Klotho levels: the multicenter randomized controlled study "Hephaestus"

Panichi, Vincenzo;
2021

Abstract

Studies addressing the anti-inflammatory properties of citrate dialysate enrolled patients in both hemodialysis (HD) and hemodiafiltration (HDF), the latter not adjusted for adequate convective exchange. This is a potential source of confounding in that HDF itself has anti-inflammatory effects regardless of the buffer, and optimal clinical outcomes are related to the amount of convection.
Pizzarelli, Francesco; Cantaluppi, Vincenzo; Panichi, Vincenzo; Toccafondi, Alessandro; Ferro, Giuseppe; Farruggio, Serena; Grossini, Elena; Dattolo, Pietro Claudio; Miniello, Vincenzo; Migliori, Massimiliano; Grimaldi, Cristina; Casani, Aldo; Borzumati, Maurizio; Cusinato, Stefano; Capitanini, Alessandro; Quercia, Alessandro; Filiberti, Oliviero; Dani, Lucia
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