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A progressive kidney disease that is marked by increase proteinuria (loss of proteins such as albumin in the urine) and a glomerular filtration rate (GFR) <60 mL/min for 3 months or more.
A type of dialysis that uses the inside lining of your abdomen called your peritoneum to filter wastes.
Reversible damage to the kidneys characterized by an increase of >0.3 mg/dL of Scr over < 48 hours in a patient with previously normal renal function.
A type of dialysis that filters waste from the blood by utilizing an external artificial kidney called a dialyser usually thrice a week for 4-6 hours.
Continuous dialysis in which removal of solutes/wastes occurs by convection.
Continuous dialysis in which removal of solutes/wastes occurs by diffusion.
Continuous dialysis in which removal of solutes/wastes occurs by diffusion AND convection.
Continuous dialysis focused on volume control with minimal clearance of solutes; used for patients who are mainly volume overloaded.