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Influence of the PEPA Membrane on the Undernutrition Syndrome Inflammation in Chronic Hemodialysis

2019-12-10 01:21:05 | BioPortfolio

Summary

NutriPEPA2 is a randomized, single-blind, prospective, multicenter trial, in two parallel arms to confirm that the adsorbent PEPA membrane may decrease mortality related to inflammation and malnutrition encountered in HD or HDF-treated stage 5 renal failure compared to a non-adsorbent synthetic membrane.

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The objective of NutriPEPA2 study is to demonstrate that the use of an adsorbent membrane (PEPA-Poly Ester Poly Arylate synthetic co-polymer membrane) decreases undernutrition (often associated with inflammation) and consequently morbidity, comparing one year mortality in patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), with severe Protein-Energy Wasting (PEW), treated with dialysis using a non-adsorbent synthetic membrane (Polysulfone or Polyethersulfone) versus an adsorbent membrane (PEPA).

Study Design

Conditions

ESRD

Intervention

PEPA

Location

Ch Annonay
Annonay
MC
France
07103

Status

Recruiting

Source

Theradial

Results (where available)

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