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Edited by Hiromichi Suzuki .

880 pages .

Populations on dialysis are showing a rapid worldwide increase. In developed countries, remarkable increases in elderly patients and those with diabetes have been noted. In developing countries, changes in life style and economic development have made hemodialysis (HD) therapy available to many more patients. In this special issue, reviews of various aspects of HD therapy were submitted from both groups. In particular, various methods for vascular access were discussed by many contributors. From these reviews, the reader will gain precious hints and suggestions in every day practice. I appreciate tremendous efforts of the authors to complete this special issue.
Lastly I thank Ms Iva Simcic, who carried out an exceptional secretarial task of collecting and editing the manuscripts.

Professor Hiromichi Suzuki,
Department of Nephrology,
Saitama Medical College, Japan


Section 1 of the textbook : Complications in Dialysis Therapy .

1 Cardiovascular Disease in Hemodialysis Patients 3
Han Li and Shixiang Wang

2 Medical Nutrition Therapy for Hemodialysis Patients 21
F. Esra Güneş

3 Rare Inherited Diseases Among Hemodialysis Patients 45
Ane Cláudia Fernandes Nunes, Fernanda de Souza Messias and Elvino José Guardão Barros

4 Bleeding Diathesis in Hemodialysis Patients 59
Gülsüm Özkan and Şükrü Ulusoy

5 Pathogenesis and Treatment of Chronic Kidney Disease- 
Mineral and Bone Disorder 81
Yasuo Imanishi, Yoshiki Nishizawa and Masaaki Inaba

6 Lipid Abnormalities in Hemodialysis Patients 101
Şükrü Ulusoy and Gülsüm Özkan

7 Remnant Proteinuria in Chronic Hemodialysis 127
Hernán Trimarchi

8 Glycemic Control in Diabetic Patients on Long-Term 
Maintenance Dialysis 153
Pornanong Aramwit and Bancha Satirapoj

9 Epidemiology of Chronic Dialysis Patients in the Intensive 
Care Unit 193
Melanie Chan and Marlies Ostermann

10 Disturbances in Acid-Base Balance in Patients on 
Hemodialysis 211
Alexandre Braga Libório and Tacyano Tavares Leite

11 More than Half of Patients Receiving Hemodialysis with Leg 
Ulcer Require Amputation 231
Masaki Fujioka

12 Helicobacterpylori Infection for Hemodialysis Patients 241
Yoshiaki Kawaguchi and Tetsuya Mine

13 Site and Size of Vascular Calcifications Are Different in Dialysis Patients with Various Underlying Diseases 249
H. Suzuki, T. Inoue, H. Okada, T. Takenaka, Kunihiko Hayashi, Jyunnichi Nishiyama, Takashi Yamazaki, Yuji Nishiyama and Keiko Kaneko

14 Colloids in Dialytic Refractory Hypotension 259
Guy Rostoker

Section 2 of the textbook : Pathogenesis and Management of Anemia .

15 Current Anemia Treatment in Hemodialysis Patients: The 
Challenge for Secure Use of Erythropoietin-Stimulating Agents 275
Paulo Roberto Santos

16 rhEPO for the Treatment of Erythropoietin Resistant Anemia in 
Hemodialysis Patients – Risks and Benefits 291
Sandra Ribeiro, Elísio Costa, Luís Belo, Flávio Reis and Alice Santos- Silva

17 Management of Anemia on Hemodialysis 315
Konstantinos Pantelias and Eirini Grapsa

Section 3 of the textbook : New Developments in Dialysis Focused on Methods and Instruments .

18 Analysis of the Dialysis Dose in Different Clinical Situations: A 
Simulation-Based Approach 359
Rodolfo Valtuille, Manuel Sztejnberg and Elmer. A. Fernandez

19 Adsorption in Extracorporeal Blood Purification: How to 
Enhance Solutes Removal Beyond Diffusion and Convection 381
Fabio Grandi, Piergiorgio Bolasco, Giuseppe Palladino, Luisa Sereni, Marialuisa Caiazzo, Mauro Atti and Paolo Maria Ghezzi

20 Advances in Hemodialysis Techniques 409
Ayman Karkar

21 Implementation and Management of Strategies to Set and to 
Achieve Clinical Targets 439
Bernard Canaud, Ciro Tetta, Daniele Marcelli, Guido Giordana, Stefano Stuard, Katrin Koehler, Flavio Mari, Carlo Barbieri, Miryana Dobreva, Andrea Stopper and Emanuele Gatti

22 Push/Pull Based Renal Replacement Treatments 455
Kyungsoo Lee

23 Select Ion and Preparation of Patients for Dialysis 475
Pierpaolo Di Cocco, Antonio Famulari, Francesco Pisani, Linda De Luca, Vinicio Rizza and Katia Clemente

24 Reduction of Heparin and Oxidative Potential by Means of 
Citrasate® in High-Flux Dialysis (HFD) and Online Hemodiafiltration (olHDF) in Pre and Postdilution 491
Roland E. Winkler, Peter Ahrenholz, Wolfgang Paetow, Grit Waitz and Hartmut Wolf

Section 4 of the textbook : Vascular Access .

25 The Controversial Vascular Access for Hemodialysis – Own 
Experience 517
M. Dziekiewicz, G. Kade, Z. Wańkowicz and M. Maruszyński

26 Vascular Access With or Without Synthetic GOR-TEX 523
Seyed Reza Mousavi

27 A Holistic Approach to Vascular Access in Hemodialysis 533
Naushad Junglee, Anna Owen, Mahdi Jibani and Dean Williams

28 Vascular Access for Hemodialysis - How to Maintain in Clinical Practice 565
Khaled Elalfy and Hossam Elwakeel

29 Single-Needle Hemodialysis on Native Fistulae 607
Guy Rostoker

30 Complications of Autogenous Arteriovenous Fistulas 621
Lucian Florin Dorobanţu, Ovidiu Ştiru, Cristian Bulescu, Şerban Bubenek and Vlad Anton Iliescu

31 Hemodialysis Access: Initial Considerations and the 
Difficult Patient 635
Laura A. Peterson, Maria Litzendorf, Hooman Khabiri and Stanislaw P. A. Stawicki

32 Vascular Access for Hemodialysis - Overview and Emphasis on 
Complications 663
Octavio J. Salgado

33 Catheter-Related Sheaths (CRS): Pathophysiology and 
Treatment Strategies 699
Robert Percarpio, Elizabeth T. Chorney and Andrew R. Forauer

34 Arteriovenous Fistula or Catheter: Creating an Optimal 
Vascular Access for Hemodialysis 719
Joëlle Cridlig, Michèle Kessler and Thanh Cao-Huu

Section 5 of the textbook : Quality of Life and Exercise .

35 Renal Rehabilitation: Present and Future Perspectives 743
Masahiro Kohzuki

36 Exercise Therapy – Additional Tool for Managing Physical and 
Psychological Problems on Hemodialysis 753
Andrea Mahrova and Klara Svagrova

37 Quality of Life in Patients Undergoing Hemodialysis 823
Mukadder Mollaoğlu

38 Physiotherapy in the Patients on Hemodialysis 845
S. Ufuk Yurdalan .

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